As AEI Visiting Scholar Eric Belasco explains, the biggest beneficiaries of American farm subsidies are the biggest farms with the least need. Two new policy proposals might help to save money for taxpayers while still bolstering smaller farms.
FULL REPORT — Where the money goes: The distribution of crop insurance and other farm subsidy payments https://goo.gl/gkNdxs
ARTICLE — Farm subsidies need reform. Congress can start by ending ‘double dipping’ https://goo.gl/zLjX5r
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