WASHINGTON (FNS) -- A new provision to reform the Delaney Clause is included in a massive regulatory reform bill expected before the Senate in the coming weeks. The provision is getting praise from members of the anti-Delaney Clause camp, who say without the provision food production costs could rise $175 million. It is also churning up opposition from Delaney supporters, who warn that lives would be lost if the provision passes. The provision, tucked away in a bill sponsored by Senate ...

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