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SCOTUS hears case on whether state law can regulate pork production in another state

A few years ago, an animal welfare law passed in California banning the sale of pork in the state that came from farms with narrow or crowded pens. Pork producers sued, contending it would harm their business.

Harvest Public Media’s Katie Peikes reports.

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