Judge tosses suit leaving Koster with egg over face

broken egg on red paper

Judge Kimberly J. Mueller tossed the multi-state lawsuit instigated by Missouri's own AG, Chris Koster, against California's new egg laws.

Missouri Dives into the Rabbit Hole with Amendments 1 and 5

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Photo by Stefano Corso, used without edits, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Missouri's "Right to Farm" Amendment 1, and the gun support measure, Amendment 5, both won last night. The vote on Amendment 1 was so close that we'll have an automatic recount, but I think the result will be the same: a win for Amendment 1 by a very narrow margin.

The HTML5 longdesc attribute is finally home again

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I found out that the W3C had transitioned the HTML5 attribute @longdesc to Candidate Recommendation (CR) status from a tweet by John Foliot:

The Right to Drink Water

Alert sign for Harmful Algal Bloom

Photo Credit: Brenda Culler, ODNR Coastal Management CC by-NC-2.0

Don't think what happens in the farmland impacts you in the city? Not interested in taking the time away from Starbucks to go vote on Amendment 1 this coming Tuesday because of it?

Then think on this:

Koster's Right to...collect large campaign contributions from big Agribusiness Interests

Koster and Nixon

I was not surprised to read that Missouri's Attorney General, Chris Koster, has come out in support of Amendment 1, the so-called Right to Farm Amendment. He used Missouri tax payer money to sue the state of California on behalf of a few large egg producers in the state. It's pretty obvious that Mr. Koster is regretting that whole "I'm now a Democrat" thing, especially among the rural, large agribusiness types.

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