If and when they allow it to come to a vote, leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives are apparently allowing individual members to vote their conscience when it comes to USDA catfish inspections. They can either support the Senate-approved resolution doing away with USDA catfish inspection and claim they are fiscal hawks, or they can oppose it and claim it’s a necessary food safety program. bigcatfish_406x250Catfish inspection in the House, like the Senate, is not going to be about partisan politics as the Rs and Ds are hopping all over on this one. At least 176 House members, led
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