Beer and Corn Syrup: Deception or Consumer Preference?

Beer and Corn Syrup: Deception or Consumer Preference?

If you can remember way way back to February 2019, the internet was abuzz over the Bud Light Super Bowl commercial criticizing Miller Light and Coors Light for using corn syrup. Since the Super Bowl, Bud Light continued to run more corn syrup ads. But were the ads deceptive or did they just cater to consumer preferences?

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How Indiana's Trespass Law Differs from "Ag Gag" Laws

How Indiana's Trespass Law Differs from "Ag Gag" Laws

Indiana’s agricultural trespass law is different than many states “ag gag” laws. The ACLU recently challenged Iowa’s “ag gag” law—could Indiana be next?

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Refresher Course: Indiana Right to Farm Act

Refresher Course: Indiana Right to Farm Act

I spent some time on a college campus recently teaching an Ag Law class about the Indiana Right to Farm Act. This was a good chance for me to think about the Act in a new light and reminded me of two key facts about the Act.

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WOTUS Rule Back On (For Now)

WOTUS Rule Back On (For Now)

In the constant back and forth of numerous court cases across the country, regulatory action, and congressional posturing, it can be hard to keep track of what waters the EPA has jurisdiction over any more. Most recently, a federal district court in South Carolina issued an order striking a rule that would delay implementation of the 2015 WOTUS definition.

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Farmer Group Challenges Trump Rollback of GIPSA Rules

Farmer Group Challenges Trump Rollback of GIPSA Rules

On December 14, 2017, a farmer group filed a federal lawsuit challenging the Trump administration's rollback of two controversial GIPSA rules intended to protect individual farmers.

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