JUDICIAL:

ARKANSAS STATE PLANT BOARD; TERRY WALKER, IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS DIRECTOR OF THE ARKANSAS STATE PLANT BOARD; OTIS HOWE, IN HIS OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS CHAIR OF THE ARKANSAS STATE PLANT BOARD; AND MEMBERS OF THE ARKANSAS STATE PLANT BOARD APPELLANTS V. NICKIE BELL; BRITT BLACKBURN; JUSTIN BLACKBURN; DOIN BOWERS, JR.; LISA BOWERS; JOEL BROWN; LANCE BRADLEY; TANAYA CARLTON; SCOTTY CATT; CHAD COSTNER; BRAD DAVAULT; DANNY ELLIS; DANNY ELLIS, JR.; DUSTIN ELLIS; CHAD FULLERTON; MARY GALLOWAY; ROBERT GAMMILL; SCOTT GEORGE; MARK GRAHAM; MIKE GRAHAM; ALLEN GRIFFIN; KIMBERLY HART; CHRIS LEIBLE; DUSTIN LITTLE; NATHAN LITTLE; ZACK MCMILLON; BRADLEY MCPHERSON; CHARLES MARTIN; KEITH MIKEL; SHANE MIKEL; ROGER REDDICK; TERRY ROBINSON; BENJAMIN C. SEXTON; CLYDE B. SEXTON, JR.; JOEY SELLMEYER; DOUGLAS THRELKELD; AND MARK WILLIAMS APPELLEES, 2019 Ark. 164 (2019)
The Arkansas State Plant Board, Terry Walker, in his official capacity as Director of the Arkansas State Plant Board, Otis Howe, in his official capacity as Chair of the Arkansas State Plant Board, and members of the Arkansas State Plant Board (collectively, the “Plant Board”) appeal the circuit court’s temporary restraining order that enjoined the Plant Board from enforcing its agency rule limiting the use of dicamba herbicides after April 16, 2018. Because the Plant Board has since repealed and replaced this rule, the court dismiss the appeal as moot.
Hills Mach. Co., LLC v. Pea Creek Mine, LLC, No. COA18-890, 2019 WL 2180309 (N.C. Ct. App. May 21, 2019)
JOC Farms, LLC (“JOC”) appeals from the trial court’s order, which granted CNH Industrial America, LLC, d/b/a Case IH (“Case”) summary judgment on JOC’s claims for breach of warranty, fraud, and unfair and deceptive trade practices. We affirm the trial court’s order.
JOC purchased a 2006 model 921C loader (the “Loader”) manufactured by Case from Briggs Construction Equipment, Inc. (“Briggs”) on or about 30 April 2009. Briggs had previously purchased the Loader from Case on 29 August 2008. Case had issued a manufacturer’s warranty (the “Case Warranty”) for the Loader.
Viewed in the light most favorable to JOC, no genuine issues of material fact exist with respect to JOC’s claims for breach of warranty, fraud, and UDTP. The trial court correctly ruled Case was entitled to summary judgment as a matter of law.
LEGISLATIVE:
H.R. 2871: To provide flexibility to allow greater aquifer recharge, and for other purposes. Info HERE

H.R. 2863: To amend the Animal Welfare Act to restrict the use of exotic and wild animals in traveling performances. Info HERE

H.R. 2859: To amend the Federal Meat Inspection Act to exempt from inspection the slaughter of animals and the preparation of carcasses conducted at a custom slaughter facility, and for other purposes. Info HERE

S. 1620: A bill to amend the Federal Meat Inspection Act to exempt from inspection the slaughter of animals and the preparation of carcasses conducted at a custom slaughter facility, and for other purposes. Info HERE

H.R. 2897: To amend the Animal Welfare Act to allow for the adoption or non-laboratory placement of certain animals used in Federal research, and for other purposes. Info HERE

H.R. 2933: To impose a moratorium on large agribusiness, food and beverage manufacturing, and grocery retail mergers, and to establish a commission to review large agriculture, food and beverage manufacturing, and grocery retail mergers, concentration, and market power. Info HERE

H.R. 2918: To create dedicated funds to conserve butterflies in North America, plants in the Pacific Islands, freshwater mussels in the United States, and desert fish in the Southwest United States, and for other purposes. Info HERE