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COOL amendment dies on tie vote

Sep 27, 2004
— Next labeling effort not expected until ‘05. A last minute amendment to the Senate's proposed $84 billion agriculture appropriations bill to move up the implementation date of mandatory country-of-origin-labeling (COOL) from September 30, 2006, to January 1, 2005, died last week when a Senate Appropriation Committee vote tied 14-14. Congressional aides and Washington, DC, lobbyists doubted that any further effort to mandate COOL w...

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