Relations between state and Amish growing icy
Relations are getting a bit more strained between the government and Wisconsin's Amish, 12 years after the Supreme Court tried to let the two co-exist.
A court battle appears to be shaping up involving a two-year-old state law which makes farmers register their animals with the state, to avoid things like the 2007 pseudo-rabies outbreak in Clark County.
Assistant state veterinarian Paul McGraw said farms in a five-mile radius had to be contacted.
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