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Doctors Concerned About Antibiotics, EPA Requirements Get Vote Soon

  • 97 percent of doctors say they are concerned about antibiotic resistance, according to a study by Consumers Report.

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USDA Moving Forward with Beef Plan, Protests Against Pesticides

  • USDA will move ahead with its plans to create a second beef checkoff in the absence of consensus from the industry as to how to overhaul the existing program.

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U.S. Considering Appeal of COOL Ruling, Debate on Chemicals Effect on Bees

  • The U.S. will not appeal the World Trade Organization’s recent ruling on Country of Origin Labeling until the beginning of next year.

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Negotiations on Trans-Pacific Partnership Progressing, New Ag Map for Farmers

  • Weekend negotiations progressed the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks but gaps still exist between the United States and Japan, according to trade representatives.

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Senate Targets EPA Over Water Law, Ag Department Funding Businesses

  • Senate Ag Committee members requested withdrawal of part of the EPA’s Water of the U.S. proposal last week.

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EPA Looking to Remove Chemicals From Approved List, MGK Merging

  • The EPA has requested public comment on the agency’s proposal to remove 72 chemicals from the Approved Pesticide Inert Ingredient List.

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Los Angeles Considering GMO Law, USDA has Website with Climate Info

  • With both Oregon and Colorado considering GMO labeling now the Los Angeles City Council has approved a proposal to ask the City Attorney’s office to draft a measure to make the city GMO free.

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EPA Drift Reduction Technology Program, Grain Export Options Emerging

  • More stars equals greater potential for reducing spray drift of pesticides in the latest program by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Labeling Law Dealt Blow, USDA Invests Millions in Small Businesses

  • The World Trade Organization has again ruled against Country of Origin Labeling.

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Export Exchange 2014 Kicks Off, Monsanto Named Top Employer

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