Attorney Generals are supporting NPPC’s SCOTUS brief to overturn California’s Prop 12

Attorney Generals from 26 states are calling on the Supreme Court to overturn California’s Prop 12.

The U.S. Solicitor General is also supporting farm group’s challenge to the rule, saying it violates the Constitution and will create industry burdens.

National Pork Producers Council’s Michael Formica spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about what this means to have more than half the country’s ag joining their SCOTUS brief, what the next steps are for Prop 12, and their message to the Securities Exchange Commission regarding the proposed climate disclosure rule.

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SCOTUS has formally set dates for WOTUS and Prop-12

Challenging Prop-12: the latest brief to the Supreme Court

Group of Democratic lawmakers face off against NPPC over Prop-12

Farm groups are encouraging the SEC to amend their climate disclosure rule






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