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Kansans in House oppose, Missourians support farm bill compromise

Updated: 2014-01-29T18:12:06Z

By DAVE HELLING

The House passed the conference report on the farm bill, which looks like it’s headed to passage two years behind schedule. The vote was 251 to 166.

How they voted:

Kansas

Yes: None. No: Lynn Jenkins, Kevin Yoder, Mike Pompeo, Tim Huelskamp, all Republicans.

Missouri

Yes: Sam Graves, Vicky Hartzler, Blaine Luetkemeyer, Billy Long, Jason Smith, Ann Wagner, all Republicans. Emanuel Cleaver, Democrat. No: None. Not voting: Lacy Clay, Democrat.

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