New Hampshire Lawmakers Pass Meat Processing Bill

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Lawmakers in New Hampshire have passed a bill establishing a state meat inspection system that some equine welfare advocates worry could facilitate horse processing in that state. HB 339-FN-A allows the New Hampshire state veterinarian to employ a meat inspection administrator. Bill provisions apply to intrastate meat sales and to interstate meat sales if authorized by the USDA.


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