on Wednesday, 10 October 2012.
HouseMajority Leader Eric Cantor was in Watertown, supporting the republican nomineefor the North Country Congressional seat Matt Doheny. While Doheny supports the passage of the FarmBill that has yet to make it to the floor of the house, which is in-line withDoheny's opponent Owens, it differs from that of Majority Leader Cantor. Cantor believes that there needs to bechanges to the Non-Farming aspects of the bill, like the Food Stamp and SNAPprovisions in the bill. Cantor went onto state that 85% of the bill is not necessarily what a lot of farmers anddairymen are looking for and that's why they are looking to get reforms inplace so that they can have a bill that addresses the needs of people in thefarm industry. Doheny acknowledged thatthe bill will have to change before it can be brought to a vote and also statedthat both parties are going to have to work together to get this done.
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