Appeals Court Won’t Tamper With COOL, But Keeping It Could Be Costly

Appeals Court Won’t Tamper With COOL, But Keeping It Could Be Costly

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The latest is a decision by the U.S Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit not to rehear the dispute. That means, unless the U.S. Supreme Court takes up the issue, that domestic courts are fine with U.S. Department of Agriculture rules that require producers to keep track and report on the label on the birthplace, residence, and location at passing for each hunk of meat sold at retail in the U.S. regardless of the burden or cost.

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