Fresno-area raisin grower Marvin Horne is challenging the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Horne is challenging the raisin industry’s USDA-backed marketing order, saying it amounts to a taking of private property for which compensation is owed.
Fresno-area raisin grower Marvin Horne is challenging the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Horne is challenging the raisin industry’s USDA-backed marketing order, saying it amounts to a taking of private property for which compensation is owed. Associated Press
Fresno-area raisin grower Marvin Horne is challenging the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Horne is challenging the raisin industry’s USDA-backed marketing order, saying it amounts to a taking of private property for which compensation is owed. Associated Press

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