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GUEST OPINION

Dec 20, 2007
July 4, 2005 Country-of-origin labeling (popularly known as COOL) for beef and other meat products remains a controversial and divisive issue in the beef industry. A mandatory COOL program is scheduled to take effect in September 2006, but funding for that program is now seriously in question. An alternative to mandatory COOL is House Resolution 2068, also known as the Meat Promotion Act, which was recently intr...

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