In this episode, Paul discusses a recent 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling holding that Wyoming's Data Trespass law violated the First Amendment of the U.S. Constutition. This law has been seen by many to be a version of an ag-gag law. Paul also gives producers tips on what can be done that is still constitutional.
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In this episode, Paul discusses a recent decision, Complete Lawn Care, Inc. v. Montgomery County, that found that Montgomery County's pesticide ordinance was preempted by state law. The ordinance created a new class of pesticides that could only be sold in the county when used on private property and county-owned property for cosmetic purposes. The ordinance contained a number of exemptions including one for agriculture. The court found the law was preempted by state laws related to pesticide use. Materials discussed in this episode: