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February 21, 2015 5:00 PM

Prop. 2’s effect on egg prices

Since the passage of Proposition 2 in California, the cost of consuming eggs has risen enormously. Some neighboring states have not followed the same path; egg consumption has not changed its normal channel. Normally when a severe drought occurs in the grain and soybean areas of the U.S., egg supply becomes more expensive for good reason.

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