Rule by Bureaucratic Fiat in Vermont

by Pete Kennedy, Esq. on December 11, 2014

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With the passage of the Administrative Procedures Act in the states and at the federal level, government agencies have been given powers traditionally reserved to the legislative and judicial branches. The result has been less representative government and situations where the bureaucracy rules by administrative fiat with little or no input from  [Read more]

Right to Farm Protection in Michigan Threatened

November 24, 2014

A major development in the American system of government has been the rise in power of the executive branch and the corresponding weakening of the “separation of powers” doctrine. In this article, Wendy Banka, President of the of the Michigan Small Farms Council, reports on the  [Read more]

Living with GMOs: A Letter from America

November 24, 2014

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An open letter to the citizens, politicians, and regulators of the UK and Europe about the hazards of genetically modified crops—the warning comes at a critical time as the European Parliament will vote in January whether member states can decide for themselves to grow GM crops or not. If this legislation is passed, the UK  [Read more]

Tell Congress to Vote NO on TPP and Fast Track Authority for Trade Deals

November 18, 2014
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ACT NOW! Sign the FAX Petition and send your own comments to your U.S. legislators.
Help stop the latest push for “Fast Track” legislation. This type of legislation would enable corporate power grabs–like the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement–to be rushed through Congress without the normal procedures for amendments and debate.  [Read more]

FSMA: The Threat to Raw Milk

November 2, 2014
FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)

Even though the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hasn’t carried out or threatened an enforcement action against raw milk producers for several years, FDA remains the most anti-raw milk government agency in the country. In 2010 Congress, greatly expanded FDA’s power with the passage of the  [Read more]

Wisconsin Supreme Court Raw Milk Cases for Food Freedom

October 18, 2014

By Gayle Loiselle
Three Wisconsin farms now have petitions for review before the state’s Supreme Court—all challenging the legality and constitutionality of contracts between farmers, private citizens and private food groups to acquire or provide fresh unpasteurized  [Read more]

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