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California is the Top Egg Consuming State – Will the Prop 2 Egg Law Affect the Country?

Golden State tops in the nation for egg consumption Californians love their eggs, making the Golden State tops in the nation for egg consumption. It only has 15 million egg-laying hens, though, so it doesn’t take the top spot there, only coming in as fifth biggest egg-producing state, according to Mercury News. Only Iowa, Ohio, [...]

The Prop 2 or California Egg Law Fallout — Is There Enough Supply?

California Egg Law fallout With less than a month to go till the January 2015 deadline on Prop 2, farmers near and far are struggling with compliance, to the tune of – in some states – millions of dollars. Putting the issue of farmers and their capital outlays aside for a moment, let’s consider what [...]

Prop 2 Eggs – California Egg Law

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Missouri’s Lawsuit May Not Go Away: Can California Really Impose its Animal Care Standards on Other States?

Eggs Farmers will have to pay their dues! While it’s true that a federal judge in Sacramento rejected a lawsuit filed by egg farmers in six Midwestern states. It’s also true that she ruled that no such lawsuit could be revised and then filed again. That may sound pretty cut and dried, but many are [...]

Overturned Prop 2 Lawsuit – Judge Rejects “The California Egg Law”

A stunning blow to the states that filed the lawsuit A few weeks ago, a federal judge rejected a lawsuit that was previously filed by six states against the state of California. This defeat was handed down in a stunning blow to the states that filed the lawsuit, who claimed Prop 2 is unconstitutional. Not [...]

Top 7 reasons Proposition 2, better known as the California Egg Law, will not survive.

Let’s take a look at seven reasons why Prop 2 won’t survive If you’ve been wondering whether the California Egg Law has any legs to stand on, there are many reasons that point to “no.” Just to catch up, Proposition 2 was passed by Golden State voters back in 2008 which essentially mandated that farmers [...]

California’s egg lawsuit is moving forward — is it time for other egg producing states to step up?

Prop 2 violates the very basics of the Commerce Clause of the Constitution With the debate of Prop 2 in full swing and expected to hit the deadline for compliance on January 1, 2015, a few states have already expressed their displeasure with the mandate – passed in 2008 by California voters -- through a [...]