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The gap in WIC funding for low-income families could mean states would have to turn to waiting lists for those who want to enroll, administration officials said.

Federal government shutdown complicates the legislative process. University of Maryland Eastern Shore hopes for funding parity in final product.

In Maryland, 123,000 people who rely on the WIC program could be at risk of losing funds to purchase select food and receive vouchers for vegetables and fruit.

Republicans’ proposed spending cuts, according to Cabinet secretaries and agency heads, could impact dozens of federal programs and quality of life for many Americans.

Similar bills in Maryland General Assembly expected to stall this year.

Some environmental groups are eyeing the 2023 farm bill as a potential boon for fighting climate change.

Over the course of the next year, the U.S. House and Senate Agriculture committees will draft a new federal farm bill that will shape food, farm, conservation and nutrition programs across the country.

The attorneys general of 10 states, including Maryland, say the proposed rule would create more transparency in the poultry industry.

Both the Biden administration and Congress moved Wednesday to try to relieve a national infant formula shortage.

Three weeks after the agricultural leaders of the six Chesapeake Bay watershed states urged the U.S. Department of Agriculture to create a regional conservation…