Kansas, now you know--soon you won't!
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The Kansas legislature recently passed a bill, HB 2121, that would make it more difficult for farmers and dairies to tell you that they don't use this artificial growth hormone by requiring a lenghty disclaimer statement that there is no difference between milk from cows injected with the artifical growth hormone and those that haven't been injected. Governor Kathleen Sebelius has until April 23 to veto the bill, otherwise it will become law.
Right now, dairies can tell you on the label if their cows are free of this artificial growth hormone, so you can have a choice about the milk you buy. But if HB2121 becomes law, it could be much more difficult to make that choice.