155. USDA Secretary Violates Hatch Act and Presidential Proclamation Halting Non-Immigrant Work Visas Enjoined by Federal Court
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DOJ indicted six more poultry executives over alleged price fixing while the Supreme Court declined to hear a case challenging Indiana's Right to Farm Act. Then, a federal court enjoined a Presidential Proclamation halting non-immigrant work visas and USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue was found in violation of the Hatch Act. Also, the Michigan Supreme Court invalidated the Governor’s COVID-19 Executive Orders, and the Pa. Dept. of Agriculture and EPA signed Letter of Understanding.
Material from the Agricultural Law Weekly Review—week ending October 9, 2020
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