WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday announced a proposed rule that would modernize the country’s poultry slaughter inspection system by shifting toward a more prevention-oriented format. The proposed rule will station federal inspectors at the end of production lines to verify that every poultry carcass meets federal regulations. It would also give USDA inspectors more flexibility to patrol processing plants and provide scientific oversight to ensure ...

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