Federal Raisin-Reserve Program Undercut by U.S. High CourtGreg Stohr
The federal government must compensate raisin growers who are required to set aside part of their crop during high-production years, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled, gutting a decades-old program designed to stabilize prices.
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