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This is the VOA special English agriculture report. The united state provides morn than half the world’s food systems. American programs total close to 2 billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system wastes the money and delays the arrival of the needed food. Under current law, the united state government agencies have to buy American produced food and 75% of the aid must be carried on American ships.
President BUSH wants to change the system. His proposal was provide food assistance by purchasing crop directly from farms in the developing world. Money in the form of cash grants would supply about 25% of food aid. President BUSH in his state of union speech last month called on congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture, and in his words help break the cycle a famine.
Last year congresses government accountability officials reported that 65% of the money for food aid was going to costs besides foods. It saids rising business and transportation costs has cut the average amount of food shipped over the last five years by 52%. Yet demand has grown.
Critics among charity groups has called the changes in the system. Care USA, a major aid group said last year that it would not take part in the current system after 2009. But the system also has the supports among agriculture, shipping and charity groups and law makers in congress. Supporters say the current systems works well and that changing it could harm food aid programs.
The continuing debate over the most efective ways to provide food aid is not the only related issue in Washington. Congress has been working for a month on a major farming bill. The house of representatives and senate passed the similar visions of the legislation last year. President BUSH said he will veto the final bill that reaches him. He said it would cost too much in present form. He wants to end subsidy payments to farmers who earn a lot from their crops. The president has a new agriculture secretary to deal with these issues. Former D. governor A.S was sworn into office late January. He replaced M.J who resigned to run for the united senate for the Bransco. And that is the VOA special English agriculture report writing by J.W. I am D.J.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United States provides more than half the world's food assistance. American programs totaled close to two billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system wastes money and delays the arrival of needed food. Under current law, United States government agencies have to buy American produced food. And 75 percent of the aid must be carried on American ships.

President Bush wants to change the system. His proposal would provide food assistance by purchasing crops directly from farmers in the developing world. Money in the form of cash grants would supply about 25 percent of food aid. President Bush in his State of the Union Speech last month called on Congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture, and in his words, help break the cycle of **.

Last year, Congress' Government Accountability Office reported that 65 percent of the money for food aid was going to costs besides food. It said rising business and transportation costs had cut the average amount of food shipped over the last five years by 52 percent. Yet, demand has grown.

Critics among charity groups have called for changes in the system. Care USA, a major aid group, said last year that it would not take part in the current system after 2009. But the system also has supporters among agricultural, shipping and charity groups and lawmakers in Congress. Supporters say the current system works well, and that changing it could harm food aid programs.

The continuing debate over the most effective ways to provide food aid is not the only agricultural related issue in Washington. Congress has been working for a month on a major farm bill. The House of Representatives and the Senate passed similar versions of legislation last year. President Bush says he may veto the final bill that reaches him. He says it would cost too much in its present form. He wants to end ** payments to farmers who earn a lot for their crops.

The President has a new agriculture secretary to deal with these issues. Former North Dakota governor Ed Schafer was sworn into office in late January. He replaced Mike Johanns who resigned to run for the United States Senate from Nebraska.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerrilyn Watson. I'm Doug Johnson.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United States provides more than half the world's food assistance. American programs totaled close to two billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system wastes money and delays the arrival of needed food. Under current law, United States government agencies have to buy American produced food. And 75 percent of the aid must be carried on American ships.

President Bush wants to change the system. His proposal would provide food assistance by purchasing crops directly from farmers in the developing world. Money in the form of cash grants would supply about 25 percent of food aid. President Bush in his State of the Union Speech last month called on Congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture, and in his words, help break the cycle of famine.

Last year, Congress' Government Accountability Office reported that 65 percent of the money for food aid was going to costs besides food. It said rising business and transportation costs had cut the average amount of food shipped over the last five years by 52 percent. Yet, demand has grown.

Critics among charity groups have called for changes in the system. Care USA, a major aid group, said last year that it would not take part in the current system after 2009. But the system also has supporters among agricultural, shipping and charity groups and lawmakers in Congress. Supporters say the current system works well, and that changing it could harm food aid programs.

The continuing debate over the most effective ways to provide food aid is not the only agricultural related issue in Washington. Congress has been working for months on a major farm bill. The House of Representatives and the Senate passed similar versions of legislation last year. President Bush says he may veto the final bill that reaches him. He says it would cost too much in its present form. He wants to end subsidy payments to farmers who earn a lot for their crops.

The President has a new agriculture secretary to deal with these issues. Former North Dakota governor Ed Schafer was sworn into office in late January. He replaced Mike Johanns who resigned to run for the United States Senate from Nebraska.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerrilyn Watson. I'm Doug Johnson.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United States provides more than half the world's food assistance. American programs total close to two billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system wastes money and delays the arrival of needed food. Under current law, United States government agencies have to buy American produced food. And 75% of the aid must be carried on American ships.

President Bush wants to change the system. His proposal would provide food assistance by purchasing crops directly from farmers in the developing world. Money in the form of cash grants would supply about 25% of food aid. President Bush in his State of the Union Speech last month called on Congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture, and in his words, help break the cycle of f*.

Last year, Congress' Government Accountability Office reported that 65% of the money for food aid was going to the costs besides food. It said rising business and transportation costs had cut the average amount of food shipped over the last five years by 52%. Yet, demand has grown.

Critics among charity groups have called for changes in the system. Care USA, a major aid group, said last year that it would not take part in the current system after 2009. But the system also has supporters among agricultural, shiping and charity groups and lawmakers in Congress. Supporters say the current system works well, and that changing could harm food aid programs.

The continuing debate over the most effective ways to provide food aid is not the only agricultural related issue in Washington. Congress has been working for months on major farm bill. The House Representatives and the Senate passed similar versions of legislation last year. President Bush says he may vote the final bill that reaches him. He says it would cost too much in its present form. He wants to end sub* payments to farmers who earn a lot for their crops.

The President has a new agriculture secretary to deal with these issues. Fomer North Dakota governor Ed Schafer was s* into office in late January. He replaced Mike Johanns who resigned to run for the United States Senate from Nebraska.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerrilyn Watson. I'm Doug Johnson.
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This is the voa special english agriculture report.

The United State provides more than half the world's food assistance.American programs total colse to two billion dollars last year.Critics say the current system wastes money and delays the arrival of the need food.Under current law United States goverment agencies have to buy American produce food and seventy five percent of the aid must be carried by American ships.

President Bush wants to change the system.His proposal would provide food assitance by puchasing crops directly from farmers in the developing world.Money in the former of cash grants would supply about 25% of food aid.President Bush in his state of the union speech last month called on congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture and in his words help break the circle of feman.Last year Congress accountability office reported sixty five percent of the food aid were costs besides food.It said rising business and transfertasion costs had cut the average amount of food shipped over last 5 year by 52%.Yet demand has grown.

Critics among charity groups have called for changes in the system.Care USA a manger aid group said last year that it would not take part in the current system after 2009.But the system also has supporters among agriculture shipping and charity groups and law makers in congress .Supporters say the current system works well and that changing it could harm food aid programs . The continuing debate over the most effective ways to prived the food aid is not the only agriculture realted issue in washingtown.

Congress has been working for month on a major farm bill the horse of representatives and senity passed simuler versions legislation last year.President bush say he may voted the final bill that reaches him.He says it would cost too much in its president form.He wants to end subsity payment who earn a lot for their crops .the President has a new agriculture secretary to deal with these issues.Former North Necoda governer AidSifer was swap in to office in lat Janueray.He replaced MJ who resigned to run for the United State Senator for N .

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United States provides more than half the world's food assistance. American programs totalled close to two billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system wastes money and delays the arrival of needed food. Under current law, United States government agencies have to buy American produced food. And 75% of the aid must be carried on American ships.

President Bush wants to change the system. His proposal would provide food assistance by purchasing crops directly from farmers in the developing world. Money in the form of cash grants would supply about 25% of food aid. President Bush in his State of the Union Speech last month called on Congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture, and in his words, help break the cycle of famine.

Last year, Congress's Government Accountability Office reported that 65% of the money for food aid was going to cost besides food. It said rising business and transportation cost had cut the average amount of food shipped over the last five years by 52%. Yet, demand has grown.

Critics among charity groups have called for changes in the system. Care USA, a major aid group, said last year that it would not take part in the current system after 2009. But the system also has supporters among agricultural, shipping and charity groups and lawmakers in Congress. Supporters say the current system works well, and that changing could harm food aid programs.

The continuing debate over the most effective ways to provide food aid is not the only agricultural related issue in Washington. Congress has been working for months on major farm bill. The House Representatives and the Senate passed similar versions of legislation last year. President Bush says he may veto the final bill that reaches him. He says it would cost too much in its present form. He wants to end subsidy payments to farmers who earn a lot for their crops.

The President has a new agriculture secretary to deal with these issues. Former North Dakota governor Ed Schafer was sworn into office in late January. He replaced Mike Johanns who resigned to run for the United States Senate from Nebraska.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerrilyn Watson. I'm Doug Johnson.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United States provides more than half the world's food assistance. American programs totaled close to two billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system wastes money and delays the arrival of needed food. Under current law, United States government agencies have to buy American produced food. And 75 percent of the aid must be carried on American ships.

President Bush wants to change the system. His proposal would provide food assistance by purchasing crops directly from farmers in the developing world. Money in the form of cash grants would supply about 25 percent of food aid. President Bush in his State of the Union Speech last month called on Congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture, and in his words, help break the cycle of famine.

Last year, Congress' Government Accountability Office reported that 65 percent of the money for food aid was going to cost besides food. It said the rising business transportation cost had cut the average amount of food shipped over the last five years by 52 percent. Yet demand has grown.

Critics among charity groups have called for changes in the system. Care Usa, a major group said last year that it would not take part in current system after 2009. But the system also has supporters among agricultural shipping and charity groups and law-makers in congress. Supporters say current system works well and that changing it could harm food aid programs.

The continuing debate over the most effective ways to provide food aid is not the only agricultural related issue in Washington. Congress has been working for months on a major farm bill. The house representatives and senate passed similar verge legislation last year.

President Bush says he may veto the final bill that reaches him. He says it would cost too much in its present form. He want to end subsidy payment to farmers to earn a lot for their crops. President has a new agricultural secratary to deal with these issues. Former North Dakota governor Ed Schafer was sworn into office in late January. He replaced Mike Johanns who resigned to run for the United States Senate from Nebraska.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.
The United States provide more than half of world food assistance. American programs total close to two million dollars last year. Critics say the current system waste money and delay the arrival of the needed food.

Under the current law, the United States government agencies have to buy the American produced food. And seventy-five percent of aid must be carried on American ships.

President Bush wants to change the system. His proposal would provide food assistance by purchasing crops directly from farmers in the developing world. Money in the format of cash grants would supply twenty-five percent of food aid. President Bush in his state of union speech last month called on Congress to support the proposal. He said it would build local culture and in his words “help to break the circle of famine”.

Last year the Congress Government Account Ability Office reported that sixty-five percent of money for food aid was going to costs besides food. It said rising business-sides costs has cut average amount food ships over the past five years by fifty-two percent. Yet, demand has grown. Critics among charity groups have called changes in the system. Care U.S.A, a major aid group said last year that it would not take part in the current system after two thousand nine.

But the system also has supports among agricultural, shipping, charity groups and law-makers in the congress. Supporters say the current system works well and changes could hurt food aid program. The continuing debate over the most effective way to provide food aid is not the only agriculture-related issue in Washington.

Congress has been working for month on major farming-built. The house representatives and senators have passed the similar version of legislations last year. President Bush says he may veto the final bill that reaches him. He says it would cost too much in its present form. He wants to end the subsidy payments to the farmers who earns too much for their crops. The president has new agriculture secretary to deal with this issue. Former North ** governor Shiller was swore into office in the late January. He replaced Michael Joahsan who resigned to ran for United State senate from **.

And that is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jirolyn Woltsan. I’m Dog Johnson.
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This is VOA special English agriculture report.
The united states provides more than half of 2billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system wastes money and delays the arrival of needed food. Under current law, united states government agencies have to buy American produced food, and 75% of the aid must be carried on American ships.
President bush wants to change the system. His proposal would provide food assistance by purchasing crops directly from farmers in the developing world.
Money in the form of cash grants would supply about 25%of food aids.
President bush in his state of union speech last month called on congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture and in his words, help break the cycle of *
Last year, congresses government accountability office reported that 65% of money for food aid was going to costs besides food. It’s said rising business and transportation costs had cut the average amount of food shipped over the last five year by 52%. Yet demand had grown. Critics from charity groups have called for changes in the system.
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This the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.
The United States provides more than half the world's food assistance. American programs totaled close two billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system wastes money and delays the arrvial of needed food. Under current law, United States Agencies have to buy American produced food. And 70% of the aid must be carried on American ships.

President Bush wants to change the system. His proposal would provide food assistance by purchasing 购买,获得crops directly form farmers in the developing world. Money in the form of cash grants would supply about 25% of food aid. President Bush in his State of te Union speech last month called on Congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture , and in his words, help break the cycle of famine.

Last year, Congress's Government Accountability 有责任,有义务Offices reported that 65% of the money for food aid was going to costs besides food. It says raising business and transportation costs had cut the avarge amount of food shiped over the last five years by 52%. Yet, demand has grown.

Critics among charity groups have called for changes in the system.Care USA, a major aid group siad last year that it would not tale part in the current system after 2009. But the system also have supporters among agricultural, shiping and charity groups and law makers in Congress. Supporters say the current system works well and that changing it could harm food aid programs.

The continuing debate over the most effective ways to provide food aid is not the only agriculture related issue in Washington. Congress has been working for months on major farm bill. The House of Representatives and the Senate passed similar versions of the leigislation last year. President Bush said he may veto the final bill that reached him. He says it would cost too much in its present form. He wants to end subsidy 补助金,津贴payments to farmers who earn a lot for their crops.

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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United States provides more than half the world's food assistance. American programs totaled close to two billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system wastes money and delays the arrival of needed food. Under current law, United States government agencies have to buy American produced food. And 75% of the aid must be carried on American ships.

President Bush wants to change the system. His proposal would provide food assistance by purchasing crops directly from farmers in the developing world. Money in the form of cash grants would supply about 25% of food aid. President Bush in his State of the Union Speech last month called on Congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture, and in his words, help break the cycle of famine.

Last year, Congress' Government Accountability Office reported that 65% of the money for food aid was going to costs besides food. It said rising business and transportation costs had cut the average amount of food shiped over the last five years by 52%. Yet, demand has grown.

Critics among charity groups have called for changes in the system. Care USA, a major aid group, said last year that it would not take part in the current system after 2009. But the system also has supporters among agricultural, shiping/ and charity groups and lawmakers in Congress. Supporters say the current system works well, and that changing it could harm food aid programs.

The continuing debate over the most effective ways to provide food aid is not the only agricultural related issue in Washington. Congress has been working for months on a major farm bill. The House of Representatives and the Senate passed similar versions of legislation last year. President Bush says he may veto the final bill that reaches him. He says it would cost too much in its present form. He wants to end subsidy payments to farmers who earn a lot for their crops.

The President has a new agriculture secretary to deal with these issues. Fomer North Dakota governor Ed Schafer was sworn into office in late January. He replaced Mike Johanns who resigned to run for the United States Senate from Nebraska.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report, written by Jerrilyn Watson. I'm Doug Johnson.
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This is the VOA special English agriculture report.
The US provides more than half the world’s food system. American programs total talk close to 2 billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system waste money and delay the arrival of needed of food. Under current law, US government agencies have to buy American produced food. And 75% of the ** must be carried on American ships.
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This is the VOA Special English Agriculture Report.

The United States provides more than half of the world's food assistance. American programs totaled close to two billion dollars last year. Critics say the current system wastes money and delayes the arrival of needed food.

Under current law, United States government agencies have to buy American produced food and seventy-five percent of the aid must be carried on American ships.

President Bush wants to change the system. His proposal would provide food assistance by purchasing crops directly from farmers in the developing world. Money in the form of cash grants would supply about twenty-five percent of food aid.

President Bush in his State of Union speech last month called on Congress to support the proposal. He said it would build up local agriculture and in his words help break the cycle of famine.

Last year, Congress' government accountability office reported that sixty-five percent of the money for food aid was going to costs besides food. It said rising business and transportation costs had cut the average amount of the food shipped over the last five years by fifty-two percent.

Yet, demond has grown. Critics among charity groups have called for changes in the system. CareUSA, a major aid group said last year that it would not take part in the current system after two thousand nine. But the system also has supporters among agricultural ship and charity groups and lawmakers in Congress. Supporters say the current system works well and that changing it would harm food aid programs.

The continuing debate over the most defective ways to provide food aid is not the only agriculture related issue in Washington. Congress has been working for month on a major farm bill. The House of representatives and the senate passed similar versions of legislation last year. President Bush says he may veto the final bill that reaches him. He says it would cost too much in its present form. He wants to end subsidy payments to farmers who earn a lot for their crops. The President has a new agriculture secretary to deal with these issues. Former north // governor // was sworn into office in late January. He replaced M.J. who resigned to run for the United States Senate from N//.

And that's the VOA Special English Agriculture Report written by Jerillyn Watson. I'm Dough Johnson.
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