SENATE VOTES TO BLOCK BEEF IMPORTS FROM CANADA ted to overturn the U.S. Department of Agriculture's decision to resume imports of Canadian beef, dealing a blow to meat processors and the Bush administration. Imports of Canadian cattle, which were due to resume this week, had already been suspended on March 2 by a federal judge considering a complaint from R-CALF, the United Stockgrowers of America. That complaint claimed the USDA has not taken adequate precautions to reopen the U.S. border ...

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