Judge permits arguments for older Canadian cattle
A U.S. District Court judge denied last Wednesday the U.S. government's
request to strike two arguments made by the American Meat Institute in
an effort to force the U.S. to lift its ban on Canadian cattle of all
The American Meat Institute, which represents U.S. beef processors, told
Judge John Garrett Penn that USDA isn't justified in using a 30-month
age threshold to distinguish cattle as less or more safe.
AMI also asked Penn to impose a 120-day deadline on ...
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