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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Neil Hamilton
Hamilton said the most recent state to approve a law was North Dakota in 1998, and the issue has since received little attention.
South Dakota is one of 13 states that have enacted a food-disparagement law, but there's virtually no history of the laws being used in lawsuits, said Neil Hamilton, a Drake University professor and director of the Agricultural Law Center in Des Moines, Iowa.