First with California tree fruit and then with mushrooms, the Supreme Court has struggled in recent years to decide whether it is constitutional for the federal government to require growers to fund programs that promote their products.

On Wednesday, the Court appeared no closer to nailing down the issue as it applies to ranchers when it heard arguments over the “Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner” promotion, which is funded by a dollar-a-head fee on cattle.

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