Senate reaches farm bill agreement on amendments

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The only expected break at the moment will be Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning to vote on a joint resolution by Sen. James InhofeJames (Jim) Mountain InhofeSenate rejects effort to block Trump's Qatar, Bahrain arms sales Senate rejects effort to block Trump's Qatar, Bahrain arms sales Shanahan: 'No concerns' about FBI background check for nomination MORE (R-Okla.) on the boiler MACT-Environmental Protection Agency rules.

“This bill was developed through bipartisan collaboration, passed committee with broad bipartisan support, and we now have a bipartisan agreement to move forward with a bill that affects 16 million American jobs," Stabenow said in a statement on Monday night. 

"My colleagues on both sides of the aisle understand we must act as soon as possible to give farmers the certainty they need to keep growing the economy," she said. 

"This farm bill is unlike any other before it — it cuts spending, ends subsidies, improves accountability and strengthens healthy food systems."