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As a member of the Senate Budget Committee, he has worked with colleagues on both sides of the aisle to reform budget rules and restore fiscal sanity to the congressional budgeting process.

His legislation would make it significantly harder for government agencies to buy goods that are manufactured overseas.

Senator Feingold claims credit for authoring and supporting the 2008 Farm Bill and the Federal Milk Marketing Reform Act – bipartisan legislation that would prohibit the federal government from using transportation costs as the basis for pricing milk.

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Senate race has been marked by attacks made on GOP incumbent Ron Johnson and Democratic challenger Russ Feingold.