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'Meatless Mondays' language to be dropped from House cafeterias under pressure from livestock industry

Mondays won't be "meatless" anymore in House cafeterias. The company that runs the various cafeterias in House office buildings is halting a campaign to promote "Meatless Mondays" after running into opposition from trade groups representing livestock producers. While there will still be vegetarian options available, any signage promoting the tradition will be removed from House dining areas, according to the coalition of livestock groups.

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