Legislation to repeal….
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Just 24-hours after the WTO ruled for the fourth time that the U.S. mandatory country-of-origin-labeling (COOL) law was in violation of international trade obligations the chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture introduced legislation to repeal COOL.

“In light of the WTO’s decision and the certainty that we face significant retaliation by Canada and Mexico, we cannot afford to delay action. That’s why I was joined by 61 of my colleagues in introducing H.R. 2393, a bill to repeal mandatory COOL for beef, pork and chicken,” said Chairman Mike Conaway (R-Texas).