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Excerpt from Impacts of Reverting to Basic Legislation When the Agriculture and Consumer Protection Act of 1973 and Rice Production Act of 1975 Expire
The Agriculture and Consumer Protection Act of 1973 and the Rice Produc tion Act of 1975 expire at the end of the 1977 crop year. Should they not be extended or new legislation not be enacted by the Congress, certain of the present provisions and authorized programs will expire. Others will continue but in changed form as specified under statutory authority of so-called permanent or basic legislation.
This article identifies provisions and programs of the 1973 and 1975 laws which expire and those which revert to permanent legislation. For those rever ting, the applicable provisions and program specifications are developed and the impacts on the agricultural economy are analyzed for 1978-80.
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