From : Reason

Similar laws in other states have run into legal trouble. A law passed last year in Missouri made it illegal to identify non-meat products as meat (think veggie burgers or Tofurky); now it’s facing a First Amendment lawsuit. Missouri’s law might reasonably be called a violation of the Eighth Amendment too, since it allows violators to be punished with up to a year in prison merely for describing a meat substitute as a substitute for meat.

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