Sandra Schubert

Director of Government Affairs, Environmental Working Group

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Director of Government Affairs for the Environmental Working Group which maintains a database tracking farm subsidies

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Increased  farm subsidies  have made strange bedfellows of environmentalists and the Bush Administration.

Income and Federal Subsidies Up for US Farmers

Increased farm subsidies have made strange bedfellows of environmentalists and the Bush Administration.

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