After the Supreme Court heard oral arguments over California’s Proposition 12 last Oct. 11, the ruling became expected by the end of June. The latest action by California is the extension of a state courtContinue Reading Prop 12 put off until after SCOTUS ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court is not taking the appeal of Edwin Hardeman v. Monsanto.
The first federal Roundup case tried before U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco, Hardeman v. Monsanto, returned a jury…Continue Reading Roundup case fails to make cut at SCOTUS
Smithfield Foods is withdrawing from California by early next year, citing red tape like that from Proposition 12 and the generally high costs of doing business in the state.
Products such as bacon, sausage, hot…Continue Reading Smithfield plans to close California plant over costly red tape and regulations
EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan says he wants a “durable definition” for the “Waters of the United States” known as WOTUS. In November 2021, Regan floated a rulemaking process to do just that, and the…
Continue Reading Pressure builds on EPA to suspend its rulemaking until court hears water case