WASHINGTON — Domestic cotton and wool apparel manufacturers and textile producers stand to gain significant aid from the federal government, according to details released Tuesday on the farm bill that is set for a House vote today.
U.S. cotton and wool apparel producers and cotton yarn spinners have faced higher costs since one government trust fund expired five years ago and another fell short of its funding capabilities.
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