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FreedomWorks Key Vote NO on the Farm Bill Conference Report in the Senate

As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your senators and ask that they vote NO on cloture for the Farm Bill conference report, H.R. 2462.  This final agreement reached between the House and Senate actually manages to be worse than the bills passed by each chamber separately, and does nothing to contain the hundreds of billions in spending on corporate welfare for farm corporations and an out-of-control food stamp program.

02/03/2014
Key Vote NO on the Farm Bill Conference Report in the House
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Key Vote NO on the Farm Bill Conference Report in the House

As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and ask that he or she vote NO on the Farm Bill conference report in the House, H.R. 2462.  This final agreement reached between the House and Senate actually manages to be worse than the bills passed by each chamber separately, and does nothing to contain the hundreds of billions in spending on corporate welfare for farm corporations and an out-of-control food stamp program.

01/28/2014
Food Stamps Tragedy: Government Cannot Know the Needs and Dreams of 48 Million Americans
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Food Stamps Tragedy: Government Cannot Know the Needs and Dreams of 48 Million Americans

Personal Freedom and Prosperity 109: SubsidiarityThis tenet holds that nothing should be done by a larger and more complex organization, which can be done as well by a smaller and simpler organization. In other words, any activity which can be performed by a more decentralized entity should be. This principle is a bulwark of limited government and personal freedom.

09/25/2013
Fast Times at Freeload High
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Fast Times at Freeload High

Two months back, dozens of Democratic congressmen participated in the SNAP Challenge. The PR stunt — sorry, “awareness-raising exercise” — sought to promote the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and demonstrate how difficult is to eat healthy on the average weekly allotment of $31.50.

08/14/2013
Revised House Farm Bill: See How Your Reps. Voted Here
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Revised House Farm Bill: See How Your Reps. Voted Here

Today, the House Republican leadership pushed through a new version of the Farm Bill, just a few weeks after an earlier version of the bill failed spectacularly on the floor. It succeeded in passing, 216-208, attracting the majority of Republicans in spite of the fact that it contained no reforms at all that actually improved the bill or reduced its abundance of waste and corporate welfare. You can see the roll call vote HERE.

07/11/2013
Splitting the Farm Bill is Only the First Step Towards Reforms
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Splitting the Farm Bill is Only the First Step Towards Reforms

Leading up to the fortunate failure of the Farm Bill on the floor of the House in June, conservatives have been urging Congress to separate the agricultural parts of the bill from the food stamp programs so that each major program could be debated and reformed on its own merits. The House leadership has responded by actually splitting the bill and offering an agriculture-only bill, which is an excellent move on their part.

07/10/2013
See How Your Reps. Voted on the House Farm Bill Here!
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See How Your Reps. Voted on the House Farm Bill Here!

Today, the House of Representatives voted on the so-called "Farm Bill", H.R. 1947. This bill, which is 80% food stamps and 100% fiscally irresponsible, failed 195-234. FreedomWorks is scoring NO votes on this bill on our online Congressional Scorecard.

06/20/2013
Farm Bill - Prolonging the Food Stamp Tragedy and Farm Subsidies
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Farm Bill - Prolonging the Food Stamp Tragedy and Farm Subsidies

Democracy and Power 113: Vote Trading“I’ll vote for your legislation, if you’ll vote for mine.” This is never said in public, but occurs constantly. Regularly, our leadership requests legislation, and a politician agrees to the request if our leadership includes his project. Politicians trade votes for their respective benefit, which is seldom for the benefit of Americans.

06/19/2013
TOP 10 REASONS FOOD STAMPS NEED TO BE REFORMED
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TOP 10 REASONS FOOD STAMPS NEED TO BE REFORMED

TOP 10 REASONS FOOD STAMPS NEED TO BE REFORMED  By: Andrew Montgomery 

06/13/2013
Farm Bill: Good for Politicians and Lobbyists – Bad for America
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Farm Bill: Good for Politicians and Lobbyists – Bad for America

Democracy and Power 113: Vote Trading“I’ll vote for your legislation, if you’ll vote for mine.” This is never said in public, but occurs constantly. Regularly, our leadership requests legislation, and a politician agrees to the request if our leadership includes his project. Politicians trade votes for their respective benefit, which is seldom for the benefit of most Americans.

06/06/2013

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