Raw Milk Bill Draws Proponents, Detractors to Hearing

State Rep. Dan Flynn, R-Canton, said that legislation he authored to expand options for selling unpasteurized milk in Texas quickly received praise from across the state.

“When I filed this bill during early filing, I got over 500 emails that week in support from the Panhandle to the Rio Grande Valley,” Flynn said Wednesday. “It’s a product, there’s a public that wants it. If they can buy it at one place, they should be able to buy it elsewhere.”

Flynn's legislation, House Bill 46, would allow the sale of raw milk at farmers markets and ...

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