15 San Joaquin Agric. L. Rev. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/sjlar15 and id is 1 raw text is: SAN JOAQUIN
AGRICULTURAL LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 15                        2006                         NUMBER I
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLE
LOSS OF INTEGRITY MAY MEAN Loss OF THE FARM:
FALSE STATEMENTS MADE IN FEDERAL WATER SUBSIDY
APPLICATIONS AND THE DOCTRINE OF JUDICIAL ESTOPPEL. Shannon L. Chaffin, Esq.  I
COMMENTS
DOWNED ANIMALS: CAN YOUR STEAK STAND UP FOR ITSELF? ......... Kevin Briley  39
DUST IN THE WIND: WILL NEW ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS
MEAN MORE LIABILITY CLAIMS? .............................. Scott L. Jones 63
CALIFORNIA RAISINS: COMPLIANCE WITH THE FEDERAL
MARKETING ORDER AND URUGUAY ROUND AGREEMENT
ON AGRICULTURE ....................................  Stacie L. Melikian  89
MANDATORY MEDIATION AND CONCILIATION IN CALIFORNIA .......... Thomas Casa 117
WORKERS' COMPENSATION REFORM AND THE FUTURE OF THE
DISABLED FARM WORKER IN CALIFORNIA .......... Connie M. Valentino-Parker 143
GROUNDWATER: UNIFORM CONTROL OF A
CRITICAL AND LIMITED RESOURCE .............................. Gayle Rousey 169
A TALE OF TWO SYSTEMS: A COMPARISON BETWEEN U.S.
AND EU LABELING POLICIES OF GENETICALLY
MODIFIED FOODS ............................... Rachele Berglund Bailey 193
AGRICULTURAL ACCOUNTABILITY: THE NATIONAL ANIMAL
IDENTIFICATION PLAN, CONFIDENTIALITY AND THE FREEDOM
OF INFORMATION ACT  ................................... Amy K. Guerra  213
CLEANING THE AIR AT THE DAIRY: DAIRY PERMrTING IN THE
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY AND THE CONTROVERSY SURROUNDING
THE SCIENCE  ......................................  Elizabeth A. McGee  235

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