by Daren Bakst
The Heritage Foundation
May 23, 2013
As the House and Senate move forward with their farm bills, they should make significant reforms to crop insurance, including setting caps on the premium subsidies that farmers can receive and reducing the percentage of premium subsidies currently paid for by taxpayers. They should not, however, try to solve potential problems connected to crop insurance through disrespecting the property rights of farmers.

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