Bush promises veto of farm bill; override expected
Democrats Russ Feingold and Herb Kohl were part of an 81-15 majority Thursday, even though the state's House delegation voted 5-3 against it on Wednesday.
The five-year package of farm programs now goes President Bush.
He promises to veto it, but both houses have more than enough votes for an override.
Feingold says it will give dairy farmers higher subsidies when milk prices drop below certain levels.