New York Lawmakers Push for Salmonella Vaccinations

Associated Press

NEW YORK – Two state legislators want to require farmers in New York to vaccinate their chickens against salmonella.
Sen. Daniel Squadron and Assemblyman Brian Kavanagh announced their proposal Sunday in front of a supermarket in New York City. Their idea comes after a nationwide recall of hundreds of millions of eggs. None of the recalled eggs came from New York.
The legislators say vaccinations costing one penny per dozen eggs could nearly eliminate the more than 100,000 salmonella cases each year in the U.S. if all states had such a law.
They plan to formally introduce the legislation this week.

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