Dan Brown, a Maine dairy farmer from an area called Blue Hill, has 21 days to file an appeal of court cases and fines for illegally selling raw milk from his roadside farm stand that was found to be without either labels or licenses. At a penalty hearing, Justice Anne Murray said Brown failed to persuade her to rescind her May 2nd decision calling for penalties and court fines totaling $1,138. Brown’s attorney, Sandra Hylander Collier, argued that raw milk is safe with or without a license. Murray, however, found that the public health implications of allowing Brown to sell
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