SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Retailers in California may soon get the green light to offer their shoppers more milk choices -- at cheaper prices -- after a state appeals court ruled that out-of-state processors can sell milk in the state. The decision, applying specifically to low-fat milk, marks a fundamental departure from California's long-standing rules that have made any type of milk sold in California the most expensive in the United States. Unless there is an appeal, the ruling means that ...

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