Six states lose appeal on California egg law
A federal court ruled Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Alabama, Kentucky and Iowa didn’t have the standing to challenge the state’s layer welfare law.
California’s 2015 egg law does not interfere with interstate commerce, a federal court ruled.
On November 17, a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled six states challenging the law - Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Alabama, Kentucky and Iowa – didn’t have the legal right to challenge…