Cantwell complains about delay in applying animal-feed rules

WASHINGTON - U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell yesterday accused the Bush administration of dragging its heels in implementing strict rules that could help prevent the spread of mad-cow disease. The Washington Democrat also pushed her Animal Feed Protection Act, which would impose a comprehensive ban on all animal feed containing potentially risky materials that could cause the fatal brain-wasting bovine illness.

Source: SeattleTimes
calendar icon 20 April 2004
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