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By Michaela Whitten and Kristyn D. Hefferkorn

On April 27, 2015, U.S. District Judge Katherine B. Forrest granted a nationwide order declaring that a North Dakota law that allows farmers to illegally sell their produce to farmers that can legally sell it constitutes unconstitutional and unlawful agricultural discrimination. The case, Hagedorn v. Dickson Crops Cooperative, et al., et al., has sparked the ire of many North Dakota farmers who are being sued for the direct and illegal sales of products grown with illegal pesticides.

The Hagedorn ruling, along with other legal cases that have resulted in court orders declaring unconstitutional and unlawful agricultural discrimination in North Dakota, set off a firestorm of discussion for the state of North Dakota and for the farmers within. This month two North Dakota legislators announced they would seek to reverse the Hagedorn decision and to protect the rights of North Dakota farmers to grow crops with legal pesticides.

Last week a House committee held a hearing on this issue. While the hearing was not open to the rest of the public, the hearing featured testimony from North Dakota farmers who supported this effort and who have suffered unfair farming practices as a result of the Hagedorn decision.

The hearing revealed a number of new perspectives regarding the Hagedorn decision and our agricultural system. In fact, a number of farmers expressed an interest in joining the bill to overturn the decision of the court. They explained to us why the Hagedorn decision is unjust and unlawful. They emphasized that this is a fundamental principle of the North Dakota farm system that cannot and should not be

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