I know I am biased, but in my opinion Greg Satrum's arguments didn't hold water. To sum up, they were:
1. It's a more extreme measure than any other state has enacted.
2. It would mean we had to change 95% of the egg farming industry
3. It would mean that egg demand might drive the prices up to $5-$7 per dozen.
He meant the arguments to be negative, but to all those points I say: I know! That's why I like it!
I can't figure out how to get a podcast onto this blog, so here is the link to the whole discussion. It's very interesting. (If you want to skip the first part, you can fast forward to about 2:50)