Unless the U.S. Congress passes the Farm Bill by September 30, more than 41 million people, many of them Latinos, could go without food assistance. Farm leaders further warn that a delay could lead to food shortages. These sources insist that it would leave a large number of producers and workers affected by extreme weather events like floods, wildfires, hurricanes and droughts stranded. Jose López Zamorano reports from Washington.
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