Fresno County raisin grower Marvin Horne and other dissident California raisin producers scored a victory Monday when a divided Supreme Court said a program that compels some raisins to be held back in a reserve is subject to the just compensation commands of the Fifth Amendment.
Fresno County raisin grower Marvin Horne and other dissident California raisin producers scored a victory Monday when a divided Supreme Court said a program that compels some raisins to be held back in a reserve is subject to the just compensation commands of the Fifth Amendment. Associated Press
Fresno County raisin grower Marvin Horne and other dissident California raisin producers scored a victory Monday when a divided Supreme Court said a program that compels some raisins to be held back in a reserve is subject to the just compensation commands of the Fifth Amendment. Associated Press

Supreme Court rules in favor of dissident raisin growers

June 22, 2015 8:29 AM

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