CNN — The U.S. House approved revised legislation on Thursday to overhaul the nation's farm programs -- one that doesn't include an extension of food stamps.
The farm bill vote in the Republican-controlled chamber fell along party lines, 216-208, and the next step would be joint House-Senate negotiations to hammer out a compromise version.
But it is unclear whether such a conference committee will be established.
The Democratic-led Senate previously passed its own version of the measure that included renewed food stamp assistance for low-income Americans.
The White House has threatened to veto the House version. House leaders plan to vote on separate legislation covering food stamps at a later date.
Normally, the farm bill covers agriculture programs and subsidies as well as food stamps, which account for much of the legislation's cost.