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The House of Representatives has voted to repeal country-of-origin labeling (COOL) for beef, pork, and chicken. Michael Conaway’s Country of Origin Labeling Amendments Act of 2015 passed late Wednesday night by a 300-131 vote.Conaway introduced the bill on May 18 — the same day the World Trade Organization rejected a U. appeal of its decision that COOL unfairly discriminates against meat imports and gives the advantage to domestic meat products.Mississippi was the last state to pass a law requiring school attendance in 1917. Yoder) ruled in 1972 that Amish parents were exempt from such laws past eight grade.Still, enforcement of these state laws was largely ineffective until states began to realize the value of an educated workforce. Also, states typically grant exemptions to those who home school their children as long as they meet the standards required of public and state-accredited private schools.

During that time, numerous states enacted compulsory education laws designed to take education out of the hands of parochial schools and primarily into the purview of state-run, public schools.

Two days later, the House Agriculture Committee passed the bill by 38-6. subjected to the .6 billion in potential retaliatory tariffs sought by Canada and Mexico. “The program has not worked, and it is time to put this failed experiment behind us once and for all,” Conaway said during the floor debate. Dan Benishek (R-MI), Jim Costa (D-CA), David Rouzer (R-NC), David Scott (D-GA) and Rep.

COOL, which went into effect for meat in 2013, require that packaging indicate the country, or countries, where animals were born, raised and slaughtered. They also argue that the rule has already burdened the U. Ted Yoho (R-FL) asserted that COOL has no impact on food safety.

Origins of Compulsory Education In ancient Judea, even before Plato's The Republic popularized the idea of mandatory education, Jewish leaders required parents to provide at least an informal education for their children.

In fact, rabbis founded a number of schools throughout the region and encouraged parents to send their children to school beginning at the age of six.