State Rep. Charlie Meier carries his briefcase and garment bag to his vehicle before making a trip to Springfield. Meier is a farmer. Though he’s not a hog farmer, he says bacon has gotten a bad rap from the World Health Organization. He’s sponsoring a House resolution to recognize the pork industry’s contribution to Illinois’ economy
State Rep. Charlie Meier carries his briefcase and garment bag to his vehicle before making a trip to Springfield. Meier is a farmer. Though he’s not a hog farmer, he says bacon has gotten a bad rap from the World Health Organization. He’s sponsoring a House resolution to recognize the pork industry’s contribution to Illinois’ economy Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com
State Rep. Charlie Meier carries his briefcase and garment bag to his vehicle before making a trip to Springfield. Meier is a farmer. Though he’s not a hog farmer, he says bacon has gotten a bad rap from the World Health Organization. He’s sponsoring a House resolution to recognize the pork industry’s contribution to Illinois’ economy Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com

Meier says bacon got bad-mouthed; co-sponsors resolution to support pork

November 06, 2015 12:12 PM

UPDATED November 06, 2015 03:53 PM

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