SECOND WAVE OF FALLOUT HITS MAD COW

WASHINGTON -- Hopes that mad cow disease would fade quickly from consumer memory have themselves disappeared over the past week, as both supermarkets and government regulators came under scrutiny for their actions surrounding the first case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy in the United States, and the ensuing recall of potentially tainted beef.Congress ordered both criminal and administrative

WASHINGTON -- Hopes that mad cow disease would fade quickly from consumer memory have themselves disappeared over the past week, as both supermarkets and government regulators came under scrutiny for their actions surrounding the first case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy in the United States, and the ensuing recall of potentially tainted beef.

Congress ordered both criminal and administrative probes into the health and condition of the infected Holstein, while a Seattle law firm

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