HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture here has postponed its implementation of rules that would prohibit dairies from labeling milk “free of artificial hormones.” Also, a coalition of 65 organizations, including numerous dairy operations, consumer advocacy groups and organic industry associations recently sent a letter to Pennsylvania Gov. Edward Rendell demanding that the state rescind its ban on milk hormone labeling entirely, charging that it “interferes with ...

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