Court lifts injunction on Canadian beef after USDA says no BSE threat

07/15/2005 | NYTimes.com

U.S. agriculture officials testified in a federal appeals court that Canadian steers do not pose a BSE threat, so the court lifted its injunction on imports of the cattle. The court reversed its decision without offering an explanation, but the appeal was based in part on Canadian testing procedures to detect the presence of BSE, and the judges were not required to consider the presence of the disease found in Texas cattle.

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