ANNAPOLIS Md. Maryland Restaurant Association officials expressed hopes during a state Senate hearing on Tuesday that a proposed statewide ban on the sale of foie gras would be killed before the legislation is put to a vote on March 11. If the bill passes, Maryland would become the first state to put into effect a ban on the sale, production and transport of foie gras. The law would go into effect later this year. In 2004, California outlawed the production and and sale of the ...
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