The extension of the Farm Bill would last until September 2024, but it does not put an end to efforts seeking to reauthorize that bill for another five years. (The Associated Press)

Washington, D. C. – With the possible approval of a new continuing resolution to extend the current spending until early 2024, Congress would revive all appropriations in the Farm Bill – in which the Puerto Rico government seeks to include a transition plan to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) – until next September.