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Battle for home baking wages on
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DARLINGTON - Lafayette County Judge Duane Jorgenson declared Wednesday that his ruling deeming a state ban on the sale of home baked goods unconstitutional could reasonably apply to all citizens but said more than three plaintiffs would be necessary in the lawsuit in order to make that judgment. The Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, defended by the state attorney general, argued Wednesday that the ruling should only apply to the three defendants in the case: Dela Ends of Brodhead, Lisa Kivirist of Browntown and Kriss Marion of Blanchardville. The trio brought the suit against DATCP in January 2016.