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Ask Sebelius for veto on cow hormone labeling

April 13th, 2009 · No Comments · Food in the news

Join the crowd of individuals and groups asking Gov. Kathleen Sebelius to veto legislation that will make it harder for dairies to provide information that lots of consumers want, namely whether a dairy’s cattle are treated for artificial bovine growth hormone (also known as rBGH or rBST).

Her contact info is available at the governor’s website. You can read the press release that announces a letter from 29 state and national groups asking for the governor’s veto. She’s most likely, though, to listen to Kansans. (At least I think so.) If you’re a Kansan, give her a call or send her an email.

Meanwhile, I apologize for my continuing scarcity. Between my move, technical issues (grrrrr) and another major undertaking, it’s been hard to actually get any writing done. I hope I’m at the end of the technical issues and the other project, and the move is done except for a few details. So…I’m hoping you’ll hear from me more.

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