Tag: WTO

The U.S. Loses Its COOL. Again.

As you have probably read, the United States lost another round in its fight with Canada and Mexico in front of the World Trade Organization (“WTO”) over country of origin labeling (“COOL”) rules relating to beef and pork.  Unless an appeal is upheld, or our rules change, Canada and Mexico will have the right to … Continue Reading

California’s Proposition 37 and WTO Agreements

Recently, I attended the annual American Agricultural Law Association (AALA) Conference in Nashville, TN. A topic on many of the attendees’ minds was California’s Proposition 37 or “The California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act.” A previous discussion of Proposition 37 can be found here. If passed in November, the voter initiative would require certain … Continue Reading
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