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 McCainSenators tout 4.5B defense spending bill that sticks to budget agreement Even in defeat, Trump could harm the country irreparably NY Jets owner said to back Trump 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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