AMARILLO, Texas -- A group of irritated Texas cattlemen are continuing their battle against the diva of daytime television in this panhandle town in the heart of cattle country. Oprah Winfrey is being sued for a reported $12 million for comments she made during an April 1996 episode on mad cow disease during which Winfrey declared she would never eat hamburgers again (as reported in SN, Jan. 26, 1998). The cattlemen claim that by tarnishing the good name of the American beef industry she ...
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