E.U. looks to make ban on hormone-treated U.S. beef permanent

The European Union believes it has enough scientific evidence to permanently ban the import of U.S. hormone-treated beef because it believes the beef poses a health threat. E.U. studies say one hormone is a carcinogen, a claim the U.S. beef industry rejects. The National Cattlemen's Beef Association calls the move "pure protectionism."

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