A bipartisan bill has been introduced in the House and Senate to make changes in the current sugar program. It calls for the end of production controls on the domestic sugar supply and it repeals a program where the federal government buys surplus sugar and sells it to ethanol plants. The proposal also gives USDA more flexibility in regulating sugar imports.
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