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All illegal in interstate commerce: loaded guns, prostitutes, raw milk

From the Good Food 4 All blog:

Photo illustration found on the interwebz

“It’s  illegal to take loaded firearms and  prostitutes across state lines! My sister reminded me of these laws as we spoke tonight on the telephone.  Yet, on Tuesday November 1st, a group of Moms, known as the Raw Milk Freedom Riders will break the law and transport RAW MILK ACROSS STATE LINES, which is illegal.

They’ll start in Pennsylvania and drive to Maryland with containers of raw milk.  Their destination is the headquarters of the FDA in Silver Spring, Maryland. Continue reading

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Goodbye to the 4th raw milk blue bus

From Michael Schmidt: 

For the last time this blue bus made it's trip to The city. Photo with Michael and Elise.

Next week a new, 5th Blue Bus generation will start it’s service to provide fresh milk to the share members. Almost every four years we usually can use the bus then it falls apart and gets tired of it’s service.

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FDA now sees raw milk consumers as criminals when they transport raw milk across state lines – Pete Kennedy

From Health Impact News Daily:

By Pete Kennedy, Esq.
Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund

“In an unsurprising response to questions submitted to it by a federal judge, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has asserted that any commercial transaction involving the transport of raw milk for human consumption across state lines is subject to the agency’s jurisdiction and is illegal. It is now a matter of public record that, in FDA’s view, even individual consumers crossing state lines to purchase raw milk and bringing the milk back to their home state to consume it are violating the law. Continue reading

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