Eighth Circuit Decides Case Involving 4-H Pig Show Ban

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The Eighth Circuit upheld an injunction issued in favor of a 4-H member against the South Dakota State Extension Service to allow her to continue participating in livestock shows. The Court found that she would likely be successful in her Due Process Claim, reasoning that her right to participate in the 4-H livestock showing program was likely protected under the Constitution and that this right was violated when the Extension Service banned her from showing without offering any hearing or opportunity to be heard.

*This article was first published on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog at http://agrilife.org/texasaglaw

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