You can now get arrested in Alabama if you manufacture, sell, or distribute cultivated meat products

The legislation already passed the state Senate and is on its way to the House.

Alabama is the latest state to enforce more rules on the books for cultivated meat products.

They have put up a bill that would make it a felony to manufacture, sell, or distribute cultivated meat products in the state. The legislation already passed the state Senate and is on its way to the House.
Lawmakers cite a robust livestock industry in the state and say there is no need to manufacture it.

An Iowa Senate Subcommittee recently passed a bill aimed at labeling, as well as advanced licensing from a regulatory authority.

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