Gov. Walker Indicates Raw Milk Bill Would be Hard to SignWisconsin Ag Connection
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has probably given his clearest indication yet as to what he would do if the so-called raw milk bill clears the Legislature. During a speech at the Dairy Business Association's annual meeting in Madison on Tuesday, he said the two biggest factors to consider when looking at legalizing the sale of unpasteurized milk to the public is the integrity of the dairy industry and the health of children.
"I want to make it clear that I want to protect our status as America's Dairyland," Walker noted. "We should be able to guarantee that kids in this state and in this country will have access to fresh and safe milk and dairy products. I'm not going to do anything that puts at risk any child who consumes products that comes out of the state of Wisconsin."
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