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California Bans Certain Foods, Sparks Constitutional Challenges

In the last decade, California has banned the sale of certain foods made from animals. Eaters and farmers have launched constitutional challenges to these policies. In this article, Ernesto Hernandez Lopez argues that state-level food policies are forcing courts to balance preventing animal cruelty with federal concerns for economic discrimination, uniformity, and costs passed on to eaters and food producers. Read more here.