Bill will remove restrictions on state inspected meat

Dec 20, 2007
Congressman Zack Space, D-OH, was expected to introduce legislation last week that would allow meat processed at a state facility meeting federal inspection requirements to be shipped across state lines. This will dramatically reduce the distance producers will have to travel to sell their products, dramatically expand the market, and generally reduce costs. “Requiring federal inspection for interstate sale has created an unnecessary burden on our farm produc...

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