Judge Denies Stop QIP’s Chapter 3.5 Petition for a Referendum

Judge Aspinwall denied Stop QIP’s Chapter 3.5 petition for a referendum, claiming it to be “legally defective.”

Last month, a hearing was held to review Stop QIP’s petition to suspend Chapter 3.5 of the California Food and Agriculture Code. The hearing was presided over by an Administrative Law Judge, and the question being considered was whether or not a referendum could be held to terminate the QIP pursuant to Chapter 3.5. After weighing the arguments from Stop QIP, Save QIP, and United Dairy Families of California, the judge determined that the “Petitioners’ request for a referendum pursuant to Chapter 3.5 is DENIED.”

View the official recommendation HERE.
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