WASHINGTON (FNS) -- An amendment to the House Agriculture Appropriations bill could delay implementation of the ruling on a new meat and poultry inspection service for at least two years, according to the amendment's opponents. Sponsored by Rep. James Walsh, R-N.Y., the amendment in question would require negotiations between industry and the government on a new meat and poultry inspection service before a final ruling on pathogen reduction and the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points ...
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