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On Thanksgiving week, a renewed push in Md. to require the sale of cage-free eggs

Summary by Ground News
Animal rights activists call for a law mandating the sale of cage-free eggs in Maryland. State Sen. Karen Lewis Young, D-Frederick, introduced the bill this year. It failed to get a vote in the Senate Committee on Education, Energy and the Environment. The bill would cover roughly 2 million chickens raised in Maryland and another 6 million chickens from out of state whose eggs are sold here.

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