By Lowell Randel, FASS Washington Representative
After intense debates about funding levels and policy riders, the House and Senate have come to agreement and passed a spending measure that will fund the government for the remainder of fiscal year 2015. While the bill garnered bipartisan support, it also had bipartisan opposition, leading to close votes in both chambers.
On December 8, ASAS representatives met with various organizations and their representatives in Washington, D.C. The meetings were held in conjunction with the ASAS-hosted “Snack and Fact” briefing about non-traditional meat animals and their use as protein sources throughout the world. Read more