Judge orders that embargoed Minnesota dairy goods be destroyed

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A judge has ordered the destruction of state-embargoed food products from a southern Minnesota dairy farm linked to an E. coli outbreak.
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Dec 23, 2010
 

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We'd all better understand what we're up against. This judge is a tool.

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Dec 24, 2010
 

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Judges don't make the law. If they do, they're deemed "liberal activist judges." The "article" you cited (and incidentally, examiner.com is not an authoritative or reputable site, but a pay-for-content site based on user submissions, much like associatedcontent.com ) lays out the basics of the regulatory scheme at issue. Judge Stacey applied the law as set forth in the article you cite, and he was obligated to do so. Had he done anything else, he would have been an activist judge and a "tool."
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Dec 26, 2010
 
Just give it to the needy

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