House members request prohibition on funds for potential Chinese poultry rule
April 10, 2017
Ten House members have urged two top agriculture appropriators to insert language in the fiscal year 2018 Agriculture and Related Agencies Appropriations bill that would prevent money from being spent on the implementation of a rule that would allow U.S. imports of poultry slaughtered in China. The members also requested that the FY2018 appropriations bill retain language that prevents Chinese-processed poultry from being included in a number of school meal programs, such as the National School Lunch Program, the School...
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