+ − Parent Committee US - Agriculture (House) + − Bills Assigned (31) US - HR289 To amend the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and the egg, meat, and poultry inspection laws to ensure that consumers receive notification regarding food products produced from crops, livestock, or poultry raised on land on which sewage sludge was applied. US - HR453 Downed Animal Protection Act US - HR594 Pet Safety and Protection Act of 1997 US - HR618 To prohibit the Secretary of Agriculture from using information from the National Cheese Exchange to fix minimum milk prices under Federal milk marketing orders. US - HR635 Animal Welfare Act Amendments of 1997 US - HR646 Milk Price Discovery Improvement Act of 1997 US - HR696 To amend the Animal Welfare Act to require humane living conditions for calves raised for the production of veal. US - HR786 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act to restore the effectiveness of certain provisions regulating Federal milk marketing orders. US - HR801 To amend the Federal Meat Inspection Act and the Poultry Products Inspection Act to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to permit the interstate distribution of State-inspected meat and poultry when the Secretary determines that State inspection requirements are at least equal to Federal inspection standards and such requirements are consistently enforced. US - HR1137 Meat and Poultry Products Inspection Amendments of 1997 US - HR1190 To require the Secretary of Agriculture to consider the feasibility of basing the basic formula price for milk under Federal milk marketing orders on the costs of production for dairy farmers and the benefits to farmers and consumers of such a pricing approach. US - HR1371 Imported Meat Labeling Act of 1997 US - HR1789 To reauthorize the dairy indemnity program. US - HR2068 Dairy, Nutrition, and Conservation Act of 1997 US - HR2103 To amend the Federal Meat Inspection Act and the Poultry Products Inspection Act to provide for the eventual removal of intrastate distribution restrictions on State inspected meat and poultry. US - HR2139 Dairy Promotion Fairness Act US - HR2344 To expand the enforcement options under the Federal Meat Inspection Act and the Poultry Products Inspection Act to include the imposition of civil money penalties. US - HR2364 To reduce Federal spending in several programs. US - HR2388 To provide for a temporary increase in the basic formula price for milk of the highest use classification under Federal milk marketing orders. US - HR2482 True Cost of Dairy Farming Act of 1997 US - HR2735 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act to exempt actions undertaken to administer a marketing order issued under such Act from the antitrust laws. US - HR2738 Family Farmer Cooperative Marketing Amendments Act of 1997 US - HR2801 Safe Food Act of 1997 US - HR2876 To promote food safety through continuation of the Food Animal Residue Avoidance Database program operated by the Secretary of Agriculture. US - HR3132 Safe Food Act of 1998 US - HR4266 Food Safety Enforcement Enhancement Act of 1998 US - HR4360 To amend the Agricultural Adjustment Act to require the Secretary of Agriculture to establish a pilot program under which milk producers and cooperatives will be permitted to enter into forward price contracts with milk handlers. US - HR4497 Food Safety Enforcement Act of 1998 US - HCONRES286 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the link between violence against animals and violence against humans and urging greater emphasis upon identifying and treating individuals who are guilty of violence against animals, which is a crime in its own right in all 50 states, in order to prevent violence against humans and urging research to increase understanding of the connection between cruelty to animals and violence against humans. US - HRES224 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the Secretary of Agriculture should establish a temporary emergency minimum milk price that is equitable to all producers nationwide and that provides price relief to economically distressed milk producers. US - HRES493 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the Secretary of Agriculture should provide timely assistance to Texas farmers and livestock producers who are experiencing worsening drought conditions.