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The federal government has wiped off the books the controversial law that required grocery stores to label cuts of pork and beef with their country of origin.

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Canada and Mexico could impose tariffs on more than $1 billion-worth of U.S. goods as a way to compensate for losses brought on by a U.S. labeling law.

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Rules that require more information on meat labels may be on the outs.