H.R.3160 - Kevin's Law

To protect public health by clarifying the authority of the Secretary of Agriculture to prescribe performance standards for the reduction of pathogens in meat, meat products, poultry, and poultry products processed by establishments receiving inspection services and to enforce the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) System requirements, sanitation requirements, and the performance standards. view all titles (4)

All Bill Titles

  • Popular: Kevin's Law as .
  • Popular: Kevin's Law.
  • Short: Meat and Poultry Pathogen Reduction and Enforcement Act as introduced.
  • Official: To protect public health by clarifying the authority of the Secretary of Agriculture to prescribe performance standards for the reduction of pathogens in meat, meat products, poultry, and poultry products processed by establishments receiving inspection services and to enforce the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) System requirements, sanitation requirements, and the performance standards. as introduced.

This Bill currently has no wiki content. If you would like to create a wiki entry for this bill, please Login, and then select the wiki tab to create it.

Comments Feed

Displaying 31-35 of 35 total comments.

djchefjoe 12/05/2010 8:42am
in reply to vee Apr 29, 2010 2:54pm

Barb you are so right. We should have a Grass Fed Beef Subsidy. Ill explain.
Here is part of an essay i am writing as part of my grad school project.
It is imperative that we ask congress to pass an amendment to the National School Lunch Act and the Child Nutrition Act which would allow for congress to pass a new act-The Grass Fed Beef Act of 2010. This law would allow farmers to concentrate their efforts without the fear of economic distress looming in the event that markets fall or prices fall. Like the organic movement, farmers would be monitored by government inspectors to ensure that there is minimal grain being fed to the animals. Any grain must be from a self sustaining farm that is not using Genetically Modified Organisms, nor is it relying on fertilizer for the grass, antibiotics for the neither

JasmineKuzner 06/26/2010 4:56pm

As a business owner I answer to my patrons needs and wants. I demand the same from the businesses I patron. My family and I need and want our liberty to safe food and my government needs to ensure that.

ginhul 07/22/2010 7:35am

Our nation’s citizens have a right to healthy foods. Today’s mass production of industrial, genetically modified food is detrimental to our health, inhumane to our livestock, enslaves our nation’s hardworking farmers and their laborers, and adds decay to our planet. And it does all this in the name of profit for the handful of titans that control the industry. Why does a cheeseburger off a “dollar-menu” cost me less than a head of broccoli? It’s insane!

montigera 01/27/2011 11:49am

The reason why this law is still not in effect is what is wrong with this country. Money talks and it’s absolutely disgusting how our government is swayed by dollars. This is common sense but only to people (aka human beings) that are not being paid under the table by the companies poisoning people…tobacco company anyone? It can be done!!!

annielovesjonnie 03/12/2011 7:27am

This is crazy. How can the goverment not support a bill that gives them power to protect the American people. This behavior should not be allowed. Goverment should have no financial ties to any institution that can be seen as persuasive. It is time for the American people to start sticking up for themselves.


Vote on This Bill

97% Users Support Bill

598 in favor / 19 opposed
 

Send Your Rep a Letter

about this bill Support Oppose Tracking
Track with MyOC

Top-Rated Comments