Montana labeling bill praised
The Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) applauded members of the
Montana House of Representatives for passing HB 406, the "Country of
Origin Placarding Act," with an amendment to postpone implementation
until October 2006 when the national country-of-origin-labeling is
scheduled to be in place.
The bill, which passed the House by 63-37, requires specific commodities
offered for sale in Montana to be displayed with a placard indicating
country of origi...
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