NORWALK, Conn. -- Stew Leonard's Dairy Store here plans to appeal a $13,900 fine imposed by the state's Commissioner of Consumer Protection for weights and measures violations. ions was about $500,000, but a hearing officer later recommended the charges be dropped. Still, Stew Leonard Jr., president, said last week the fine represented a victory for Stew's. "We consider it a clear victory because the fine went from a potential $500,000 to $13,900," he said. "But we will appeal the ...

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