SACRAMENTO, Calif. — When California's voters head to the polls tomorrow they'll most likely have the presidential election top-of-mind, but there's also a contentious battle brewing down the ballot, one that has pitted conventional egg producers against animal rights activists for the better part of a year. As SN reported in December 2007, the “Prevention of Farm Animal Cruelty Act,” if enacted, will prohibit the confinement of certain farm animals in a manner that does not allow them to ...

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