HARTFORD, Conn. -- Consumer advocacy groups have long complained about the high retail price of milk in many states, and their cries may finally be reaching the ears of the law, SN has learned. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal said that his office, in cooperation with the attorneys general of Vermont and Massachusetts, is preparing to announce the findings of a nearly completed probe into milk prices in the Northeast/New England region. "We're nearing a conclusion to our ...

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