USDA introduces poultry Salmonella framework

October 20, 2022

The Food Safety and Inspection Service introduced a framework to reduce Salmonella in poultry products. The agency will hold a public meeting on November 3 to explain its strategy and receive public comments. FSIS states …

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Where is SCOTUS going on WOTUS?

October 20, 2022

The Supreme Court of the U.S. (SCOTUS) had difficult questions for the plaintiffs and EPA on October 3 during oral arguments on a closely watched case defining what water features are Waters of the United …

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Possible flurry of environmental rulemaking after Nov. 8

October 20, 2022

Washington, DC, observers are on high alert for a possible flurry of controversial federal regulatory activity in the few months after the midterm elections on November 8. The elections will decide whether Republicans or Democrats …

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Leaders honored at UEP Meetings

October 20, 2022

UEP recognized two individuals who have made a lasting impact on the U.S. egg farming community. Dr. Joy Mench, formerly of the University of California, Davis, received the President’s Award, and Stephen Herbruck of Herbruck’s …

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Washington D.C. updates 10.5.22

October 5, 2022

House and Senate pass stopgap funding measure, avoiding a government shutdown On Friday, September 30, President Biden signed a Continuing Resolution (CR), passed by both the House and Senate, avoiding a last-minute government shutdown. The …

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