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But the House's latest version of the farm bill -- which earned support from Minnesota's three GOP reps, but passed without a single Democratic vote -- has sparked controversy over the future of nutritional assistance programs, or food stamps. It splits off that funding, which has been included in the farm bill since 1973, from the legislation, instead saving it to deal with later.
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