by Conor Friedersdorf

The first story that I came across from Rupert Murdoch's new iPad publication, is quite interesting:

Samuel is part of a shadowy community of outlaw Amish and Mennonite dairy farmers who risk fines, loss of equipment and product, and even imprisonment to transport raw milk across state lines and satisfy a burgeoning appetite for illegal raw milk in places like New York.

Says  Mark Frauenfelder: "Two people have died in the last 10 years from drinking unpasteurized milk. Twelve states have banned it. By comparison, between two and twelve children die every year playing high school football. When will high school football be banned?"

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