Industry Groups Head Back To The Courts

Marshall, Troy
September 2012
Beef Expert Blog;9/7/2012, p1
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The article reports that R-CALF, along with Made in the USA Foundation, plans to sue the World Trade Organization (WTO), U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, and the U.S. Trade Representative for siding with Canada, Mexico and others in ruling that the U.S. mandatory country-of-origin-labeling (mCOOL) law was not valid. It reveals the reason for the WTO ruling. The National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) decided not to get involved in the lawsuit because of the costs involved.


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