A LAWSUIT brought by six states challenging the constitutionality of California's egg law was dismissed by a district judge, forcing out-of-state egg producers to comply with California's egg production standards mandated by Proposition 2.
California's legislation governing the sale of shell eggs, which is scheduled to take effect on Jan. 1, 2015, bans the sale of shell eggs within California by producers or handlers if the egg-laying hen was confi
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