MO joins other states in blocking CA egg regulations

Missouri is one of 12 states asking the United State Supreme Court to block a California law that limits the sale of eggs in the state. California law says eggs being sold in that state must be from farms where hens have room to stretch their legs. The states allege the law costs citizens millions of dollars because of high egg prices and violates interstate commerce regulations. Missouri Attorney general Josh Hawley says a blocking of this regulation has failed in the past, but he’s confident they will win this time because it is financially based. The state is joining forces with Alabama, Nevada, Arkansas, North Dakota and other state on this law suit.

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