Guest Opinion

Mar 2, 2012
The problem lies in a comprehensive BSE rule for beef imports that would make the U.S. compliant with international trade standards set by the World Organization for Animal Health. The rule has been caught in the federal bureaucracy for several years, starting in 2004 shortly after BSE was discovered in a Canadian cow brought into the United States.

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