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on May 12, 2011

Maryland Hospitals Urge State Legislature to Ban Arsenic Additives From Poultry Feed

Maryland's Carroll Hospital Center and Union Hospital of Cecil County are calling on state legislators to pass a measure that that would eliminate the use of arsenic-based feed additives in Maryland poultry production.

Maryland's Carroll Hospital Center and Union Hospital of Cecil County are calling on state legislators to pass a measure that that would eliminate the use of arsenic-based feed additives in Maryland poultry production. If lawmakers pass this legislation, Maryland would be the first state in the country to do so.

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