California Reignites Debate On Cloning

California's Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is being urged by Consumers Union to sign into law a bill passed by the state's legislature that would require labeling of meat and milk from cloned animals, but industry trade organizations are asking for a veto. American Meat Institute, Washington, sees such labeling as absolutely unnecessary, while National Meat Association, Oakland, Calif.,

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California's Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is being urged by Consumers Union to sign into law a bill passed by the state's legislature that would require labeling of meat and milk from cloned animals, but industry trade organizations are asking for a veto.

American Meat Institute, Washington, sees such labeling as “absolutely unnecessary,” while National Meat Association, Oakland, Calif., is looking to see whether voluntary labeling could be feasible, a spokes

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