Food Safety News - April 12, 2017 Food safety insecurity used as a hook against regulatory reform

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Food safety insecurity used as a hook against regulatory reform

By Dan Flynn

Each side has just the congressional recess left to practice its hyperbole for the coming Senate fight over how regulations will be used across government. It's going to get nasty. And confusing. The practice of giving the other side's bill a dirty name is now a common tactic. Since the Regulatory Accountability Act passed the... Continue Reading

GISPA rule kicked down the road for Perdue's eventual decision

By News Desk

Sonny Perdue continues to wait for the U.S. Senate to return from vacation to vote on his confirmation as Secretary of Agriculture, which now scheduled for April 24. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), however, continues to churn out decisions on its own.  The latest of those is today's publication in the Federal Register, now... Continue Reading

Sales of raw milk remain illegal under Montana's Big Sky

By Dan Flynn

House Bill 325, which would have provided a small herd exemption for raw milk sales, is probably dead for the legislative session after failing Tuesday to get a majority vote on second reading in the Montana Senate. Sponsored by State Rep. Nancy Balance, HB 325 passed the Montana House on Feb. 22 on a 69-to-30... Continue Reading

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