Calif. Law Would Regulate Foie Gras Production

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Molly Peterson reports on proposed changes in California's law governing the making of foie gras, the fattened goose liver often used in making pâté. Animal rights activists are pleased, but food enthusiasts vow to fight back to save a beloved delicacy.



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