The court of appeals addressed constitutional issues due to “millions of gallons of liquid hog waste.” I think we know what that means. Plaintiffs lost 60% of the value of their property, but was that enough to constitute a “taking” similar to eminent domain? Do nearby owners have a “long standing vested property right” in clean smelling air?” What about a “nuisance” or “trespassing” by these farming odors caused by 8,000 hogs? Learn if the Court of Appeals found these issues were “comfortably within the legislature’s constitutional authority” or not.
Pass the bacon, please. LOL.
See Janet L. Himsel, Martin Richard, Robert J. Lannon, Susan M. Lannon v. Samuel Himsel, Cory M. Himsel, Clinton S. Himsel, 4/9 Livestock LLC and Co-Alliance LLP; 18A-PL-645.
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