The House is scheduled to vote Friday on the $867 billion farm bill that, if passed, would help set agriculture policy for the next five years, says CNN.
But with a granular debate over the government's role in the sugar industry, advancing the bill has been no piece of cake.
Also complicating matters is a push by conservatives to get a vote on an unrelated issue: immigration. Members of the House Freedom Caucus have been threatening to withhold support for the farm bill unless they get their desired outcome on an immigration bill.
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