USA: Congress approves US$75m in market loss assistance for apple growers
2002 Agriculture Appropriations Bill Now Awaits President Bush's Signature McLean, Va. - The U.S. Senate today approved the final 2002 agricultural appropriations bill, which provides apple growers with $75 million in much-needed assistance to compensate for losses suffered during the 2000 crop year. The final bill, which was approved by the U.S. House of Representatives Nov. 13, is now headed to the White House for President George W. Bush's signature.
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