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Appeal focuses on human health risk
A reply brief was filed by the National Meat Association (NMA) last Monday
with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals regarding the continuing battle
over whether to allow imports of younger Canadian cattle. The brief not
only sought the higher court= s intervention in allowing this organization
to be an intervener in the case of R-CALF United Stockgrowers of America
v. USDA, but also asked the court to overturn the preliminary injunction
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