Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 - Superseded

Superseded

Provisions of this law are often superseded by more current legislation (such as the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008). However, if the current legislation expires and new legislation is not enacted, the law reverts back to the permanent provisions of the 1938 Act.

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