Question 3 is a de-facto food tax. Cornell University estimates that Question 3 will drive up the cost of eggs by $95 Million and the cost of pork by $154 Million IN THE FIRST YEAR ALONE....
The Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association has warned about Question 3: "This seemingly well-intentioned approach has the pontential to cause unintended harm..." (Susan Curtis, Executive Director of MVMA).
In 2008, California passed an amendment similar to Question 3. When the law finally went into effect, the results were immediate and shocking as the cost of eggs skyrocketed and there were food shortages...