We have blogged on several occasions, most recently on February 4, about the so-called “meatless meat” statutes – laws in which states try to protect their agricultural sectors by banning the use of words like “meat” or “chicken” or “burgers” to describe plant-based or lab-grown substitutes.  Three states – Missouri, Mississippi and Arkansas – have passed such statutes and a number of other states are considering doing so.  All of the existing statutes have met with First Amendment challenges.
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