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Protecting America’s Dairyland: Governor skeptical about potential raw milk legislation

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Posted: Thursday, July 11, 2013 11:35 am

DALLAS — Gov. Scott Walker wouldn’t go as far as saying he would veto a bill to legalize raw milk sales if it reached his desk, but during a July 10 visit to Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, he expressed skepticism about whether such legislation would be a good idea in America’s Dairyland.

Speaking with reporters after a presentation in the FTD Family Living tent, Walker answered questions about raw milk, the merger of state agencies, tax credits for Wisconsin farmers and the Dairy 30x20 Program, among other topics.

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