A California judge has delayed the implementation of Proposition 12, which outlines strict animal housing regulations for California agriculture, for six months after the state finalizes the rules. The judge reported the ruling is based upon the state ag department has been two years late in creating the regulations. Whether or not the Supreme Court will challenge the rule is still yet to be seen. Now that the lower court has made its ruling, its reasonable to believe progress on the Supreme Court side will be coming soon.
The concerns over the implementation of Prop 12 came after ag groups in the state and across the country sounded the alarm on the burdensome and expensive regulation.
Read more on the delay here.
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