SENATE CONSIDERS VOLUNTARY COOL LEGISLATION their colleagues in the House, 14 U.S. senators last week introduced a bipartisan bill that creates a voluntary country-of-origin labeling program for meat. The legislation is a companion to a measure introduced in the House of Representatives by more than 40 House members. In general, both bills seek to replace the mandatory program due to take effect next year. Efforts to repeal the mandatory labeling law have not worked, though the industry has ...

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