Today, Gov. Kim Reynolds signed SF 2391, a bill for an act prohibiting the misbranding of certain food products, and providing penalties, and HF 2649, a bill for an act excluding the net capital gain from the sale of certain livestock from the computation of net income for purposes of the individual income tax into law.  

Gov. Reynolds released the following statement in response to signing SF 2391: 

β€œThis legislation prohibits companies from exploiting the trust consumers have with our livestock producers and misleading consumers into buying products they don’t want. This is about transparency. It’s about the common-sense idea that a product labeled chicken, beef, or pork, should actually come from an animal.”