."Farmers will no longer be paid for crops they are not growing, will not be paid for acres that are not actually planted, and will not receive support absent a drop in price or yields."
From the press release from Chairwoman Stabenow. That's all very well and good, but years ago the spin was something to the effect of: "Farms will no longer be locked into growing a specific crop to earn benefits and will have flexibility to plant any crop they wish." I'm still wondering about the WTO classification on the draft.
[Updated to add "Years ago", as when Pat Roberts, the ranking Republican on the Senate committee, was pushing Freedom to Farm as chair of House Ag.]