Senate Passes Global Food Security Act; House, Senate Staffers Working On Compromise Final Bill

ONE Blog: The Global Food Security Act passed the Senate … so what’s next?
Ted Brennan, assistant director of government affairs at the ONE Campaign, writes, “On April 20, the United States Senate passed its version of S. 1252, the Global Food Security Act (GFSA), by unanimous consent. … Since the House and Senate have passed slightly different versions of the GFSA, congressional members and staff are now working to iron out the differences and preparing a final bill that can be quickly passed in both chambers…” (4/20).

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