WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Senate has overwhelmingly passed its version of the Farm Bill tonight.
Both Missouri senators Roy Blunt and Claire Mcaskill urged their colleagues to vote for the bill, which could expand rural internet access.
It also includes what Americans grow, what they know about their dinner and how much the government spends in the process.
The House and Senate will now try to resolve major issues between their versions of the bills by Sept. 30.
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