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Section: Unfair practices
It is an unfair practice, and unlawful, for any processor, or for any other person, to do any of the following: (a) Interfere with, restrain, coerce or boycott producers in the exercise of the rights guaranteed pursuant to section 2 hereof. (b) Discriminate against producers with respect to price or other terms of purchase of agricultural commodities, by reason of the producer's membership in or contract with a cooperative association. (c) Pay or loan money, or give or loan any other thing of value to a producer as an inducement or reward for refusing to or ceasing to belong to a cooperative association. (d) Knowingly give false reports about the finances, management or activities of a cooperative association. L.1962, c. 131, s. 3, eff. July 27, 1962.
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