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The Late Edition: July 15, 2013

by Christina Disomma / /

Today's Taxpayer News!

NTU has signed on to a letter in conjunction with a collection of other conservative groups, advocating for a reduction in the size of the D.C. district court, to bring it in line with the court’s workload.

House Republicans may have succeeded in separating food stamps from agricultural policy with the passage of the most recent farm bill, but there’s still work to be done. The current bill offers “more in spending than the President asked for,” according to NTU’s Pete Sepp.

In light of the current Congressional debate over student loans, check out this YouTube video on the rising cost of college, produced by