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RENTAL: One bedroom, W/ D, porch,/ to yard.Very clean. $575/month. Security and references required. Very clean 518-695-3274 . WE ARE BUYING COUNTRY PROPERTY Farms, Woodlands Vacant Lands & Water-front Call 518-638-6484 or 518-747-7722 eves

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Open: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm CORLEW REALTY 2243 Coach Rd., Argyle, NY 12809 518-638-6473 Serving Washington & Warren Counties Sandra Corlew, Broker/owner EAST GREENWICH Colonial Stairhall, large livingroom, bedroom, kitchen, bath, garage. $575 plus utilities, security, lease. No pets. 518-854-9285 SCHUYLERVILLE MOBILE HOME FOR RENT:On 5 acres with 2 car garage, near Veteran’s National Cemetery. 518-583-6562 OUT OF COUNTY BUYER WANTS A FARM! Reasonablly priced. Call Al at Bryce R.E. at 518-441-4353. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apartment, large yard, quiet neighborhood. $700 per month plus utilities. Smithville. 518-695-6064 or 260-9675. Available September 1st. HOUSE FOR RENT: Salem, NY Small 2 bedroom house, located about 1 mile outside of village. Suitable for single or couple. All new kitchen appliances, large yard & W/D included. Easy drive to Greenwich or Cambridge . Oil heat. $800/mo + utilities. NO PETS. Security & references required. Available March 1st. Leave message at ( 518) 677-3624 or (518) 260-2932. BAND SAWN AIR DRIED PINE LUMBER. 1x's and 2x's. Most sizes on hand. Also, kiln dried Hardwood Flooring in Oak, Cherry and Hickory. Pratt's Sawmill. 518-677-5609, leave message.

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LAND OR FARM WANTED: Top price paid. Out of country buyers. Call Bryce Realty 518-271-7630 AVID FISHERMAN WANTS HOME ON RIVER. Call Bryce: 518-271-7630.

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WATERFRONT HOMES WANTED! CASH BUYER FROM NYC. Al@Bryce 518-441-4353. SLATE WANTED: Used slate on or off the building. Also new and used slate for sale. Call 802265-3200. WE SPECIALIZE IN ESTATE CLEAN OUTS. Antiques purchased or consigned. WANTED: antiques, collectibles, fine used furniture, china , glass, books and garage sale items. Call 518-747-0197 LOOKING FOR A LITTLE HELP CLEANING YOUR HOME? Look No More. Call Terry:518-695-6177 Any Time. NOW ACCEPTING OR WILL PICK UP Scrap Metal or Appliances Also: We buy & pickup scrap cars. 518-695-6757

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GOOD FOOD IDEAS- Rensselaer County’s Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, Troy will host Rensselaer County’s Cooperative Extension monthly “Good Food Ideas” cooking demonstration, on Friday, February 7 at 11 a.m. The topic will be “Warm Your Heart & Health.” There will be free recipes and samples for everyone who attends. A lunch of Potato Crunch Pollock will immediately follow for a suggested donation of $2.75. For reservations for lunch call 270-5349.

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BREAKFAST: The Valley Falls VFW located on Poplar Ave is having their monthly breakfast Sunday Feb. 9th 8-11 AM. Menu consists of hash browns, eggs, pancakes, french toast, juice, coffee, fruit and Biscuit with sausage & gravy. It is sponsored but the Ladies Auxiliary to benefit veterans service projects. Rada knives are available for sale.

CHAIR YOGA Rensselaer County’s Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, NY. Yoga is a stress reliever. It improves balance, flexibility and strength. When combined with light weights, where appropriate, it can be even more beneficial. It’s free, it’s fun and there is no obligation. Wear loose clothing and let’s stretch and relax! Classes are on Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:00 am, you may join at any time. It’s a mind and body rejuvenation. Yoga is something people of all ages and abilities can come together and do. If you have any questions, or would like to join us for lunch after exercise, please contact the center at 518-279-3413.

BENEFIT DINNER- The Salem Volunteer Fire Dept. Support Group is hosting a benefit spaghetti dinner for Terry McKeighan and his family. Dinner will be at 4 p.m. on February 8th at the Presbyterian (White) Church on West Broadway, Salem. Dinner includes salad, bread, dessert and beverage. Take outs will be available. The cost is donation only. There will also be a basket raffle during the dinner! Terry has spent his life giving back to his community. He is a veteran of the U.S. Navy, a former volunteer on the Salem Rescue Squad and the first to help out our fire department whenever possible. He bussed area children to school for thirty years. Join us in helping Terry in return. Don't forget to wear purple to support awareness for pancreatic cancer.

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Starring: Aaron David Ward, Dean Geurin, and Derk Harrington MARCH 15TH @ The American Legion 574 72 Pearl Street in Hudson Falls Dinner from 5:30-6:30 Show starts at 7pm
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FOR SALE: 12x24 chain link rectangular surround. Ideal for dog or small farm animal. $800. 518-692-2221. SCRAP REMOVAL Nothing too big or too small. Just call and I will removal all. 518-761-6901 or 518-879-0054

$ BUYING- HIGHEST PRICES PAID $ Gold & silver jewelry; vintage costume & turquoise. Coins, watches, knives, military, toys, antiques etc. 30+ years experience..save time, call Joe first. 518-893-0235 or 518-669-2274

TREE SERVICE.. EXPERIENCED HELP NEEDED. Donavan Tree Service, 10 Brickyard Road, Mechanicville. 518-664-3531. info@donovantreeservice.com

Kempshaw Mt. Club is hosting their 1st game dinner at The Boars Nest Grill on Patens Mills Rd. in Fort Ann

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• Game dishes/non-game • Raffles • 50/50 ADULTS: $10 • KIDS 5-12: $5 • Kids under 5 free For advanced tickets call Dave at 518-683-8660 Great Club - Great Night Of Fun Enjoy the true taste of the wild with us!
DRUMMS SAWMILL Kiln Dried Rough Cut and Planed lumber in stock. 1" & 2" T&G. Shiplap, Novelty Siding, Log Cabin Siding. V-Groove. Hrs: M-F 8 am-4:30 pm; Sat. 8 am-3:30 pm Pick-up or delivery. 193 Casey Road in Schuylerville. 518-928-9982 518-583-1168 We now accept all major credit cards! CASH: For crank phonographs, early 78's, cylinder records, parts. Call 798-5612

IF ANYONE KNOWS THESE GENTLEMEN, PLEASE CALL 518-747-9891 AND LEAVE INFO FOR HISTORIAN
WOODEN PALLETS FREE - FREE - FREE You Haul Away 13 Broad Street Hudson falls 518-747-9533 FOR SALE: Ar tisano Highlights brown leather sofa, chair, ottoman. Excellent condition, used for guest house furniture. No pets and smoke free, Paid $6,000, asking $2,500. Call 518-3211873.

oinlisocl tepedrutm pdepwih grinob wooltub ANSWER NEXT TIME! Answer to last Word Wise: A huge prpaganda machine: schooling, indoctrinate, criminal, standard, abomination. Common Core
SPECIALTY LUMBER Table tops, mantle pieces, rustic furniture stock. Select grade hardwood lumber, including butternut, cherry, oak, ash, birch, etc. Call 518-4942747. WANTED: Standing timber, wood lots. Fully insured. Call 518-692-2109

SERTA TRUCK LOAD SCRATCH & DENT SALE KING ICOMFORT MATTRESS $299 Other sizes available. 518-526-2333

WANTED GUNS & AMMO (Parts & Pieces) New or Used. Good, Bad or Ugly 518-854-7930

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PRIDE MOBILITY POWER CHAIR JAZZY SELECT MODEL POWER CHAIR. NEVER USED WITH OXYGEN TANK HOLDER & BATTERY CHARGER. RED WITH GRAY ADJUSTABLE & SWIVEL SEAT. $1,000.00 PHONE - 518-812-5150 OR 518-499-5080.

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$57.50 MINI SAMPLER PACKAGE Home Smoked Bacon (sliced to order) .. $679 lb Delmonico Steaks (Bnls. Prime Rib) ....... $969 lb Our Meatloaf Mix ..................... $359 lb Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese $739 lb
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FOR SALE: extension ladder Werner Electro Master Fiberglass 24\’ Type Ia heavy duty, model 7124-2 ,with tip covers. Get to those gutter /roof projects. $125.00 518-692-2667

WANTED TO BUY Wild Ginseng, Stretched & Dried Raw Fur, Deer Skins & Cattle Hides ALSO FOR SALE: Long Guns & Accessories Deer Skin Gloves My Own Raw Honey! Thanks for your business. Dave Hicks Route 40, Hartford, NY 518-632-5422

EXCAVATOR FOR HIRE: with rotary brush cutter; 22 ft reach. Mowing and brush cutting of ponds, steep hills, embankments and roadways. We also have multiple versatile bush hogging and brush cutting equipment for all your needs. Broestler BrushCutting LLC. Easton, NY Fully Insured. Free Estimates. 518-692-9074. NUISANCE BEAVER REMOVAL I can get in and get them out. 40 years experience. Property and your wishes treated with respect. As long as the season is open, service is free. Call 518 810-5760 and leave message and number. Calls promptly returned

STAY INFORMED
The Washington County Tea Party Patriots will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday, February 13 2014 at 7pm at the usual location in the Washington County office complex, Upper Broadway, Fort Edward, building 2, lower level. All are welcome; bring some friends. You are always welcome to take notes at our meetings!

This meeting’s subject is Common Core! Learn what it is really about.
SEASONED FIREWOOD SECOND CUTTING GRASS HAY 518-692-2971

FOR SALE: ladies jeans assorted size and style 22w to 28w $10.00; queen bedspreads and comforters $5.00.donpepsiny@aol.com

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ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST- The Buskirk Volunteer Fire Department Inc will have an All You Can Eat Breakfast at the fire station on Sun.Febr. 9th from 730 am – 11am. Please come out and have the best breakfast in town with your family and friends and support the dedicated volunteers of your community.

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WINTER SALE!
SEEDS ARE IN! Buy now for a great selection!! Taking Orders for Chicks now thru Spring! Chick Day Saturday, February 22nd
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MAKING MEMORIES- Have fun with a younger person in your life during school break this February! We’ll be “Making Memories” at the Glens Falls Home, 79 Warren Street, Glens Falls, on Tuesday, February 18th from 1:00-2:30 pm. This is an intergenerational program looking at some old local diaries from the 18th and 19th centuries – one from a 14 year old girl – and the importance of telling stories about our families and our communities. Afterwards everyone will make a unique fabric covered journal. The program is presented by Kim Harvish, educator at the Chapman Historical Museum, and the cost is $10 for two participants. Reservations are required. To get more information, or to make reservations, call the Glens Falls Home at 793-1494. BASKET BLIZZARD PARTY- The United Protestant Church in Fort Ann is having a Basket Blizzard Party on Feb 8th. Doors open at 11, drawing begins at 1 pm. They will be serving food, drinks and cookies are free. $5 to enter, comes with 25 tickets. additional tickets are $2. For more info contact Jackie Palmer, 932-4559.

Support Your Local Businesses so They Can Support the Community!

SAVE ON FENCING AND FENCING SUPPLIES!
Large Supply of Fence Posts: Wood Posts 8’ to 12’ lengths, with different diameters. Steel Posts 3’ to 10’ lengths. • Horse Fencing • HighTensile Wire We We Install! Install! • Sheep & Goat fencing GATES • Electro Braid Rope Fencing and More! 00
1.75” Red ..............$61 1.75” Red/Green...$6500 1.75” Galvanized..$7900 2” Red or Green...$12400 2” Galvanized.......$14900 1.75” Red/Green...$8700 1.75” Galvanized..$10000 2” Red or Green...$13900 2” Galvanized.......$17900

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Some Very Special Days here VALENTINE’S DAY at Manley’s: SPECIALS: MONDAYS we offer a Special PRIME RIB$5 served with potato, vegetable Menu! and choice of soup or salad.....
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JOIN US ON VALENTINE’S DAY DAY

Adirondack Seafood Co.
115 River Street Hudson Falls
VALENTINES DAY HOLIDAY SHRIMP SPECIAL PRIME RIB & LOBSTER TAIL BUY 4 LBS GET THE OSCAR 5TH LB FREE SALMON FRESH SEAFOOD MARKET
Lobster Tails • Shrimp • Clams and Much More!

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Come Celebrate a Candle Lit Evening Friday, Februay 14, 4-10 PM
Dinner Specials and Our Relaxed Atmosphere Make Your Dining Experience A Memorable One. Happy Valentine’s Day from the staff of Quack Ups!
Seating is limited, so reserve today!
Corner of Rt 48 & 49 Cossayuna. Hrs: Wed &Thu 4-9; Fri 4-10 Sat 1-10; Sun 1-9

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Presents Its Valentine’s Day Customer Appreciation Drawing.
Between now and Monday February 10th, enjoy a meal with us and submit your name and number on your receipt.

Drawing will be Monday the 10th at 8pm. •First Prize is a Valentine’s Gift Basket and Dinner for Two •Second Prize is Breakfast for Two •Third Prize is Lunch for Two. Join Us Valentine’s Day for Dinner, featuring •Prime Rib • Seafood or Chicken w/ Broccoli Alfredo • Linguini w/ Shrimp & Scallops
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EXPRESSION OF LOVE- On Thursday, February 20, the Rensselaer County’s Troy Senior Center will be holding an Expression of Love Dedication at 11:00 a.m. in the second floor Living Room. This is a special time to remember those individuals whose names will be added to our Memorial Plaque. Our noon time meal will immediately follow the ceremony. The menu will be Chicken Breast Marsala. For more information and to make reservations call 270-5348. ICE CREAM SOCIAL- On Wednesday, February 12, the Rensselaer County Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, Troy, will be having an “Ice Cream Social,” at 12:30 pm. We will be serving a nutritious and delicious meal at 12 noon, suggested contribution $2.75. Menu: Salisbury Steak, Fluffy Potatoes, Whole Baby Carrots and Chocolate Pudding for dessert. Bring a friend to lunch and stay to enjoy one of America’s favorite desserts. SPOTLIGHT ON BUSINESS: ALIVE AND STRONG! Spotlight on Business returns to Poultney on Saturday, April 12th, 2014. The annual event was so successful last year that it has been moved to Poultney High School to allow for even more businesses to participate. The aim is to fill the gym and then expand to the hallways and library. The date of the event is April 12th, about 2 weeks before Earth Day. “Alive and Strong” is the theme for this year’s Spotlight. All area businesses are welcome to set up; local restaurants will again provide “A Taste of the Town”. All Poultney Chamber members, particularly those without Main Street locations, are urged to take the opportunity to exhibit in exchange for providing a door prize; other area businesses pay $25.00 for a space and may donate a door prize if they choose. Smaller businesses are invited to find a sponsor to pay their entry fee. Everyone in the area is invited to come celebrate the businesses that make our towns thrive. Entry is free to the public, including the tastings. The Junior Class will have food available for lunch from 11 AM to 1 PM. Remember the date: Saturday, April 12, 2014 Remember the time: 9 AM to 3 PM, with tastings available from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Remember the place: Poultney High School on East Main Street in Poultney, Vermont Come celebrate some of the best that the Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce has to offer, at Spotlight on Business: Alive and Strong! For more information about this event or to register for space, contact: Mary Lee Harris, Stitchy Women (802-287-4114) Wednesday thru Saturday 10:00 to 4:00. Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is a non-profit organization of businesses whose mission is to work together to strengthen Poultney’s economic community. The email address is: poultneyvt@yahoo.com For more information about the Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce, call the Chamber office at (802)287-2010.

POULTNEY CEMETERY ASSOCIATION WINTER CLOSUREPoultney Cemetery Association’s Beaman Street property is closed yearly from December 1st through April 1st. The 2014 Annual Meeting of the Lot Owners and Trustees shall be held Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Young At Heart Senior Center, Furnace Street, Poultney, Vermont. Questions may be directed to the association by mail to its post office box, P.O. Box 63, Poultney, VT 05764-0063, by email to poultneycemeteryassociation@yahoo.com, through its Facebook pages and through any trustee. MASTER GARDENER TRAINING- Cornell Cooperative Extension in Warren County is now accepting applications for the new 2014 Master Gardener Training Program. Space is limited, so contact the office soon for more information and an application. Through the Master Gardener Volunteer Training Program, our Master Gardeners obtain a sense of accomplishment and community spirit. They also enjoy the camaraderie and intellectual stimulation from their fellow Master Gardeners. After enrolling in the course, the participants are provided with a binder of information that supplements the weekly presentations from Cornell University faculty, Cooperative Extension staff, and local experts on a wide range of horticultural topics. The topics include basic botany, entomology, soils, home lawn care, vegetable and fruit gardening, composting, organic gardening and other practical and interesting subject matter. Local regional training is held in Ballston Spa on Mondays to mid-April. Upon completion of the 11-week lecture series, volunteers also receive a Cornell Soil pH Test Kit that will be useful for practical application of the training. There are many opportunities for Master Gardener volunteers to work with community groups, schools, and the gardening public in order to educate and provide useful organic gardening information. Master Gardener meetings are relaxed and allow the sharing of ideas, continued training, and interesting tours and outings to local gardens, woodlands, preservation sites, and other areas. For more information, please call Cornell Cooperative Extension in Warren County at: 518-623-3291 or by e-mail at: warren@cornell.edu. BENEFIT HAM DINNER- Poultney United Methodist Church will host a Benefit Ham Dinner on Saturday, February 8th. Dinner will be served between the hours of 5 to 7 PM in the church fellowship hall, a handicap accessible site. The ham will be either McKenzie and/or Harrington. The meal will be served buffet style, first come, first served. Reservations are not required. Poultney United Methodist Church is located at 108 Main Street, Poultney. All are welcome. A benefit dinner event, free-will contributions are designated for three Rutland County families who lost their homes to fire this winter – the James family of Pawlet, the Chandler/Savage family of Castleton, and the Cole/Wardwell family of Chittenden. All contributions will be graciously received at the door and/or by mail (Poultney UMC, P.O. Box 203, Poultney, VT 057640203) and dedicated to relief for these families. Volunteers who would like to help set-up, serve, or clean-up will be gratefully appreciated. Please contact Pastor David Adams (802-287-4406). For more information about the dinner, contact: Pastor David Adams (802-287-4406) or Linda Leach (802-287-9087).

ART EXHIBIT- The Saratoga County Historical Society today announced that a new exhibit, titled “The Women Who Work Here,” is now open. This exhibit will kick off a year focusing on women, highlighting the creations of the museum’s female staff and volunteers. Items on display will include paintings, photography, fabric art, costumes and a variety of other creations. “The Women Who Work Here,” will remain on display through February 27, 2014. The Saratoga County Historical Society at Brookside is a non-profit organization located at 6 Charlton Street in Ballston Spa that inspires community memory by telling the story of Saratoga County through engaging exhibits and interactive programs. Brookside’s programs and services are made possible in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. For more information, please visit brooksidemuseum.org or call 518.885.4000. CON BRIO PERFORMING ARTS is pleased to feature “Jastrio” in a Valentine’s Day Concert on Friday, February 14, at 7:30 p.m. The concert will be held at “Seventy Main,” 70 Main Street, Greenwich. Stephany and Arnold Frieifelder are two thirds of “Jastrio,” three musicians who play clubs and restaurants in New Jersey. Stephany sings a jazz repertoire, accompanied by Arnold on the acoustic bass fiddle. Arnold and Stephany have been performing together for many years. We are sure our audience will enjoy their distinct sound and their personal interpretations of the American Songbook. Veteran Con Brio performers Tiffany Miller Maynard, Susanne Bischoff, Giovanni Grillo and Les Wheeler will also be performing. Les will be paying tribute to Ray Price, one of the greatest country singers of all time. Some of the beautiful love songs offered by our singers will be “What Is This Thing Called Love,” “You Don’t Know Me,” “All the Things You Are,” “Plaisir D’amour/Can’t Help Falling In Love,” and “Tenderly.” Accompanying on piano will be Douglas Bischoff, Con Brio artistic director. Admission is $10 per person. Call 796-8184 or e-mail Dbchorale@aol.com for reservations. THE BLUEBILLIES, who perform traditional bluegrass and country music, will be performing at the Hartford Firehouse,Rtes 40&149 Hartford,NY, on Saturday, March 8th to benefit the Fire Company.. Doors open at 6pm. Show begins at 7pm. Tickets are $10 and may be reserved by calling 632-5326. Beverages and refreshments will be available. Air time or print advertisement is very appreciated. Any questions please reply back, or call me at 518-632-5326. Presented by Hartford Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary.

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SPECIAL VALENTINE’S DAY DINNER- On Friday, February 14, Rensselaer County’s Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street, Troy will hold its monthly special dinner at noon celebrating Valentine’s Day. The entrée will be Roast Beef W/Gravy. Be sure to join us at 11:00 am for a good time listening to Sal Cannavo. Our wonderful complete lunch is available to all Rensselaer County Seniors age 60 and older every weekday for a suggested contribution of $2.75. Call 270-5349 to make your reservations.

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MEETING- The Washington County Tea Party Patriots will hold their monthly meeting for February on the 13th at 7 PM. We will have a couple of educated speakers on the subject of Common Core Education. Be informed of our federal government’s control of your child’s education. This is disturbing, so let’s find out more about it! Speakers Kevin McCashion and David Craig are two gentlemen who are well acquainted with Common Core and how it will effect you and your family. Bring your questions, and get some answers! Meeting is on lower level of WC office bldg. 2. Offices are located on upper Broadway, Ft. Edward.

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After years of setbacks, a nearly $100 billion-a-year compromise farm bill cleared the House on a vote of 251-166 last week, despite strong opposition from representatives who sought a bigger cut in food stamps. The five-year bill, which preserves generous crop subsidies, headed to the Senate, where approval seems certain. The White House said President Barack Obama would sign it. As of the writing of this article, the bill had not been passed in the Senate. The bill ultimately would cut about $800 million a year from the $80 billion-a-year food stamp program, or around 1 percent. The House had sought a 5 percent cut. The legislation also would continue to subsidize major crops for the nation's farmers while eliminating some subsidies and shifting them toward insurance programs. House Agriculture Chairman Frank Lucas, R-Okla., called the compromise a "miracle" after trying to get the bill passed for almost three years. An early version of the legislation was defeated on the House floor last June after conservatives said the food stamp cuts were too modest and liberal Democrats said they were too deep. The House later passed a bill with a higher, $4 billion cut, arguing at the time that the program had spiraled out of control after costs doubled in the last five years. But cuts that high were ultimately not possible after the Senate balked and the White House threatened a veto. The Senate had sought a cut of $400 million annually. Many House conservatives still voted against the bill — 63 Republicans opposed it, one more than in June. One of those conservative opponents was Rep. Marlin Stutzman, R-Ind. "It spends money we simply don't have," he said. The final savings in the food stamp program would come from cracking down on some states that seek to boost individual food stamp benefits by giving people small amounts of federal heating assistance that they don't need. That heating assistance, sometimes as low as $1 per person, triggers higher benefits, and some critics see that practice as circumventing the law. The compromise bill would require states to give individual recipients at least $20 in heating assistance before a higher food stamp benefit could kick in. To pass the bill, Lucas and his Senate counterpart, Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, found ways to bring many potential naysayers on board. They spent more than two years crafting the bill to appeal to members from all regions of the country. They included a boost in money for crop insurance popular in the Midwest; higher rice and peanut subsidies for Southern farmers; and renewal of federal land payments for Western states. They also backed away from repealing a catfish program — a move that would have angered Mississippi lawmakers — and dropped House language that would have thwarted a California law requiring all eggs sold in the state to come from hens living in larger cages. Striking out that provision was a priority for California lawmakers who did not want to see the state law changed. For those seeking reform of farm programs, the legislation would eliminate a $4.5 billion-a-year farm subsidy called direct payments, which are paid to farmers whether they farm or not. But the bill nonetheless would continue to heavily This week’s ag report subsidize major crops — corn, soybeans, is sponsored by: wheat, rice and cotton — while shifting many of those subsidies toward more politically defensible insurance programs. That means 1135 STATE RT. 29 farmers would have to incur losses before they GREENWICH, NEW YORK, 12834 could get a payout. (518) 692-9611 FAX - (518) 692-2210 The almost $100 billion-a-year bill would save around $1.65 billion annually overall, according to the Congressional Budget Office. The amount was less than the $2.3 billion annual savings the agriculture committees originally projected for the bill.

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