The EATS Act, which aims to eliminate state and local authority in regulating the preharvest production of agricultural products, is being criticized as a radical assault on federalism principles. Proponents argue that the Act will protect the free flow of commerce, but critics argue it will lead to a race to the bottom and the exploitation of lowest-standard producers. The Act would displace state laws related to public health and values, and could undermine communities with different values coexisting under federalism.
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