WASHINGTON - More-attractive insurance subsidies will be in place to cover crops planted this fall, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman assured lawmakers on Wednesday.

Mr. Glickman testified at a House Agriculture Committee hearing that rules would be finished soon to implement the Agriculture Risk Protection Act, which largely takes effect Sunday. President Clinton signed the law this summer to provide farmers with more affordable crop insurance and other risk-management tools.

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