Arizona lawmaker seeks to loosen restrictions on how quickly eggs must be sold

That expiration date on the side of the dozen eggs you buy at the supermarket could soon have a bit less meaning.

More than three decades after requiring that eggs be sold within 24 days after being laid, state lawmakers are moving to loosen those restrictions — to a full six weeks.

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