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04/06/2010

The more the price of a pound of turkey necks changes, the more flawed bans stay the same

by Jeremy Hooper

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Necks might cost more now. But not sticking one's neck out for what's right, regardless of price, is the more costly consumer choice.

*More on Miriam Ben-Shalom [GLBTQ.com]

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