The Supreme Court ruled against the meat industry’s attempt to challenge California’s Prop 12. This proposition bans extreme confinement in animal agriculture and the sale of products derived from such practices. It establishes minimum space requirements for mother pigs, egg-laying hens, and veal calves in California. It also ensures that any veal, eggs, or pork sold in California also meets these requirements. The challenge argued that Prop 12 creates an undue burden on meat producers. See more articles on the animal rights movement.

Prop 12 Challenge is Upheald in the Supreme Court

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