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CASH to fight state decision

Residents living near the location of a planned slaughterhouse around the border of Ellis and Navarro counties are pushing the state’s environmental arm to reverse a decision that would allow the facility to operate without prior review.
According to a news release from the group, the American Zahiba Meat Inc. slaughterhouse has expressed plans for the disposal of raw wastewater on property near the county line, but the staff at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has said it will not require prior review before the facility begins operating.

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