A bill introduced in the legislature Monday would hold retailers accountable when it comes to labeling meat products.
Senator Al Olszewski, R- Kalispell, introduced Senate Bill 206, which would require country-of-origin placarding for beef and pork retailers in Montana.
“This is a creative way to come around the world trade organizations ruling. What in essence this does is it requires a placard in the window where you can buy your beef and pork,” Olszewski said.
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