May 22, 2018
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Comments for: Towns adopt food self-governance ordinances to exempt farmers from state, federal laws

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  • Anonymous

    While I applaud the effort I find it distressing that those in Government have no idea how it works.  State’s can make laws STRICTER then federal law however they can NOT make them more lax. Every kid in grade school knows this. This is why the weed stores are ILLEGAL and so is this. I you want your fresh unadulterated milk as my family enjoy daily then get your own COW.. I have chickens here but my cow is down the road at a friends farm he cares for them and I pay him and reap the benefits from the fresh milk to the untainted meat..

  • State law must yeild to federal law. Thats why it doesnt matter if States allow same sex marrage or medical marijuana the federal govt still say’s its NOT legal.

  • Anonymous

    Let the revolution continue, the federal and state governments are out of touch with the needs of the struggling farmers and the poor people, the 99%.

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