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AMI seeks injunction ending Canada beef ban

Feb 7, 2005
Saying its members have endured significant and prolonged financial damages because of the ongoing ban on Canadian cattle, the American Meat Institute on Jan. 27 filed a motion seeking a preliminary injunction against USDA in an attempt to end the remaining portions of the 18- month ban on Canadian cattle. The ban on cattle 30 months of age and older has been in place since May 2003 when Canada diagnosed its first domestic case of BSE. "There is no scientific, ...

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