Why Chicago's Ban on Foie Gras Was Constitutional and What It Means for the Future of Animal Welfare Laws

Posted on May 28, 2010

While in his last year at Chicago-Kent School of Law, Josh Grant, co-director of the school’s Student Animal Legal Defense Fund chapter, wrote an in-depth article discussing Chicago’s ban on foie gras. His full article, “Hell to the Sound of Trumpets: Why Chicago’s Ban on Foie Gras Was Constitutional and What It Means for the Future of Animal Welfare Laws,” was published in the Stanford Journal of Animal Law and Policy in 2009 and can be read here. (pdf)


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