Farm Bill Passes House with Veto-Proof Majority

The farm bill passed the House Wednesday by a vote of 318-106, more than enough to override a Presidential veto if the Bush Administration follows through on its threats.

Many House Republicans broke ranks with both Bush and John McCainJohn McCainPrimary opponent: McCain has 'issues about race' Clinton, Trump sharpen attacks The Hill's 12:30 Report MORE to vote in favor of the farm bill, The Hill's Ian Swanson reports.

A few lawmakers have shared their reactions to the farm bill's passage on The Hill's Congress Blog.

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