6 San Joaquin Agric. L. Rev. [i] (1996)

handle is hein.journals/sjlar6 and id is 1 raw text is: SAN JOAQUIN
AGRICULTURAL LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 6                                 1996                           NUMBER 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES
ELIMINATING PHYTOSANITARY TRADE BARRIERS:
THE EFFECTS OF THE URUGUAY ROUND
AGREEMENTS ON CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURAL
EXPORTS ........................................... David S. Johanson and William L. Bryant  1
THE CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT IMPROVEMENT ACT
PROPOSED  REFORMS .......................................................... Ernest A. Conant  27
THE KESTERSON EFFECT: REASONABLE USE OF WATER
AND  THE  PUBLIC  TRUST  .......................................................... Felix  E. Smith  45
ADAMS FRUIT Co. v. BARRETT: RESTORATION OF
WORKERS' COMPENSATION AS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR
WORKPLACE INJURIES UNDER THE FEDERAL
M IGRANT  LAW  ................................................................... M onte  B. Lake  69
COMMENTS
THE BAY-DELTA WATER QUALITY CONTROL PLAN AT
VERNALIS: A PART OF THE SOLUTION TO CALIFORNIA'S
W ATER  W ARS?  .................................................................. Karen  Spinardi  95
CONFUSION CREATED BY THE MIGRANT AND SEASONAL
AGRICULTURAL WORKER PROTECTION ACT: SHOULD CONGRESS
REVISIT  THE  LEGISLATION? .......................................................... Karen  Buck  117
WILL THE FIRE ANT BE CALIFORNIA'S NEXT STATE OF
EMERGENCY?      ..... ............................................................... Teresa  Juarez  139
HIGH-TECH Cows: THE BST CONTROVERSY ....................................... Kristine Cerro 163
UNITED STATES V. WANG-LtN CoMpANY:
THE KANGAROO RAT AND CRIMINAL PROSECUTION UNDER THE
ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT ............................................... Kimberly L. Mayhew 193
SHOULD NICOTINE BE DEFINED AS A DRUG, INVOKING THE
JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES FOOD AND DRUG
ADMINISTRATION? ............................................................... Brian  L. Sottile  223

Copyright  1996 by the San Joaquin College of Law

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