Canadian cattle reenter U.S.
injunction hearing vacated
July 25, 2005
started reentering the U.S. last Monday, four days after the Ninth
Circuit Court of Appeals overturned an injunction restricting those
animals from crossing the U.S. border. A possible interruption of that
movement was averted last week after a federal district court judge
temporarily vacated the hearing that was scheduled on a permanent
injunction request against Canadian cattle and beef.
Judge Richard C...
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