UNITED STATES (21Alive) -- The U.S. House passed the new, nearly $1 trillion, bi-partisan farm bill.
The measure cuts food stamps, ends a direct subsidy to farmers and expands government-backed crop insurance programs. Monday, after negotiations, both parties announced they'd reached a compromise.
House Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Eric Cantor said they both supported the compormise.
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