May 5, 2022
A bill that would have prohibited the proliferation of commercial animal feeding operations (CAFOs) with annual revenues over $100,000 has died in the California Assembly.
Assembly Bill 2764 by Assemblyman Adrin Nazarian, D-Van Nuys, failed to receive a hearing in the Assembly Agriculture Committee before an end-of-April legislative deadline for fiscal bills to pass out of their first house policy committees, and as a result is dead for the year, the California Cattlemen's Association reports in a legislative bulletin.
The bill was sponsored by Direct Action Everywhere, an animal-rights group, and strongly opposed by the CCA.
For a cattle industry discussion of the legislation's demise, listen to the latest episode of CCA's Sorting Pen podcast.
Source: California Cattlemen's Association, which is solely responsible for the information provided and is wholly owned by the source. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset.
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