TACKLING A NEW SESSION

WASHINGTON -- When the U.S. Congress reconvenes on Tuesday, all eyes of those in the food industry will be on the Senate.Amid election-year congressional and presidential politicking, the chamber's first order of business will be legislation containing a two-year delay of implementing costly country-of-origin labeling for meat.Much to the delight of supermarket officials and several others in the

WASHINGTON -- When the U.S. Congress reconvenes on Tuesday, all eyes of those in the food industry will be on the Senate.

Amid election-year congressional and presidential politicking, the chamber's first order of business will be legislation containing a two-year delay of implementing costly country-of-origin labeling for meat.

Much to the delight of supermarket officials and several others in the food industry, the House voted last year to delay the Sept. 30, 2004, implement

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