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Here are the rural residents who sued the world’s largest hog producer over waste and odors – and won

Melanie Wong | Dec 21, 201903:38 AM     4

" . . . When a hog farm opened next door in 1985, Farland said, the odor was nothing like that of her family’s five pigs. 'If you ever had a sick child that had diarrhea and you accidentally left the Pamper in a hot car and you got in the car two days later—that impact,' she said. . . "

Here are the rural residents who sued the world’s largest hog producer over waste and odors – and won. Food and Environment Reporting Network

In a federal courtroom in Raleigh, North Carolina, a 14-year-old honor student named Alexandria McKoy swore to tell the truth. Then she settled in to...

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