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North Dakota Voters Overturn Corporate Farming Allowances

North Dakota voters overturned legislation Tuesday that loosened Depression-era regulations on corporate farming in the midwestern state. A law colloquially known as the "ham and cheese law" was passed last year, exempting pork and dairy operations from the state's longtime ban on corporate farming. Supporters of the law said that it would bring more money to the state by boosting the two dwindling industries. But opponents spoke up for family farming, arguing that...

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