Bill would stop states from regulating beyond their borders

NPPC testified at House hearing in support of legislation that would stop states from dictating production practices in other states.

States have become increasingly aggressive in exporting regulatory burdens, House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte (R., Va.) said during a Tuesday hearing of the regulatory reform, commercial and antitrust law subcommittee on “No Regulation Without Representation: H.R. 2887 and the Growing Problem of States Regulating Beyond Their Borders.”

Neil Dierks, chief executive officer of the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC), stated that “pork producers, not a

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