This is part one of a two-part SN report The topic of milk prices is leaving a sour taste in the mouths of retailers. Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Connecticut lawmakers are considering legislation that would cap retail milk prices to prevent gouging; Chicago consumers are participating in a class-action lawsuit alleging the city's top retailers of milk-price fixing; and Vermont has re-established a commission to determine the pricing structure used in milk. In Pennsylvania and Maine, ...

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