I ask you: What does the government do for you that you should be doing for yourself?
Answer: Determine what kind of milk you should be drinking.
Still trying to get that changed in my state.
Last week, Vermont Gov. Phil Scott signed a bill that expands raw milk sales through community-supported agricultural organizations (CSA’s) and farm stands. The new law takes an additional step toward rejecting a federal prohibition scheme in practice and effect.
Rep. Heather Suprenant (D) and a coalition of Democrats, introduced House Bill 218 (H218), on Feb. 9. The new law expands current raw milk sales to allow for sale by farm stands and community-supported agricultural organizations (CSA’s). This builds on the expansion of raw milk sales passed in 2019.
With Gov. Scott’s signature on May 12, the law goes into effect on July 1, 2021. […]Signed as Law: Vermont Expands Raw Milk Sales; Foundation to Nullify Federal Prohibition Scheme (Reblog) — Mogadishu Matt