Government Grabs Raw Milk: Is Your Soda Next?

A bill has been proposed in Virginia that could put small family farms out of business and eliminate your freedom to choose raw milk.

 

Even if you don’t drink raw milk, this bill affects you. 

It affects EVERYONE in EVERY state.  

 

“The government is deciding which foods they will allow you to eat. 

Where will that line be drawn? 

Will they stop at raw milk?  Or is your Oreo or soda next?”

-Dr. Sina McCullough, author of Hands Off My Food!: How Government and Industry have Corrupted Our Food and Easy Ways to Fight Back  

 

In this short video, Dr. McCullough explains how this bill threatens your private property and 4th amendment rights, as well as your freedom to choose your food.

Click HERE.

In 4 minutes, Scott Wilson from Full Quiver Farm in Suffolk, Virginia provides a farmer’s perspective on how the recently proposed Herdshare Bill in Virginia could affect the family farm.

Click HERE.

 

The government wants to violate our Constitutional rights and spend our tax dollars to regulate small farmers and intimidate people who just want to exercise their freedom to choose which foods they want to eat. 

Let’s stand up for our small family farms.

Let’s stand for our right to decide what we put in our bodies.

Let’s stand up for our right to private property and our right against warrantless searches.

 

Today they are coming for raw milk, but tomorrow they may come for your soda, coffee or kambucha.

 

The bill has not reach the floor!  Let’s crush it before it gets out of committee!

 

Please call and/or email (click on the email for direct link) the following individuals in the House and ask them to opposed HB 825:

Knight, Barry D. (Chair)   (804) 698-1081    DelBKnight@house.virginia.gov

Poindexter, Charles D.   (804) 698-1009    DelCPoindexter@house.virginia.gov

Orrock, Robert D., Sr.   (804) 698-1054    DelBOrrock@house.virginia.gov

Morefield, James W.   (804) 698-1003    DelJMorefield@house.virginia.gov

Bloxom, Robert S., Jr.   (804) 698-1000     DelRBloxom@house.virginia.gov

James, Matthew   (804) 698-1080     DelMJames@house.virginia.gov

Keam, Mark L.  (804) 698-1035     DelMKeam@house.virginia.gov

Rodman, Debra H.   (804) 698-1073     DelDRodman@house.virginia.gov

 

Please call and/or email (click on the email for direct link) the following individuals in the Senate and ask them to opposed SB 962:

Richard H. Stuart    (804) 698-7528     district28@senate.virginia.gov

Emmett W. Hanger, Jr.     (804) 698-7524     district24@senate.virginia.gov

Mark D. Obenshain     (804) 698-7526     district26@senate.virginia.gov

Frank M. Ruff, Jr.     (804) 698-7515     district15@senate.virginia.gov

J. Chapman Petersen     (804) 698-7534     district34@senate.virginia.gov

David W. Marsden     (804) 698-7537     district37@senate.virginia.gov

William M. Stanley, Jr.     (804) 698-7520     district20@senate.virginia.gov

Richard H. Black     (804) 698-7513     district13@senate.virginia.gov

Adam P. Ebbin     (804) 698-7530     district30@senate.virginia.gov

Lynwood W. Lewis, Jr.     (804) 698-7506     district06@senate.virginia.gov

A. Benton “Ben” Chafin     (804) 698-7538     district38@senate.virginia.gov

Rosalyn R. Dance     (804) 698-7516     district16@senate.virginia.gov

David R. Suetterlein     (804) 698-7519     district19@senate.virginia.gov

T. Montgomery “Monty” Mason     (804) 698-7501     district01@senate.virginia.gov

Jennifer L. McClellan     (804) 698-7509     district09@senate.virginia.gov

 

You can also post your opposition on RichmondSunlight.com for each bill:

HB 825 

SB 962 

 

Who’s my Legislator?

 

A Special Thank You to:

1. Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund for providing legal analysis of the bill.

2. Hope Egan for editing the script.

3. Buddy Bishop of the Goochland Tea Party for rescuing me in the final hour with his amazing video editing skills.  : )

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