In re Peanut Crop Insurance Litigation, 429 Fed. Appx. 246 (4th Cir. 2011)

(plaintiffs (peanut farmers) claim that 2002 Farm Bill which repealed peanut quota and replaced it with other price support measures and mandated that amount used to calculate indemnity for non-quota peanut losses under 2002 MCPI policy would increase from 16 cents to 17.75 cents per pound (rather than 31 cents per pound prior to enactment of 2002 Farm Bill violated their due process rights and constituted breach of contract; claims rejected). 

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