There’s an article in the Post-Dispatch today about the "hormone-free" milk labeling dispute. Supporters of the bill that would forbid the (truthful) labels make it clear that it’s not this particular language they object to, but any labels that make their competitors’ milk look better than theirs:
"Somebody could say there’s no battery acid in their milk," said Rick Scheer, a producer from New Haven, Mo. "Their assumptions make my milk look bad."
Does he want a law against saying that, too?