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Support Raw Milk Freedom Bills HB 4307 & HB 4308 - Fax Your U.S. Representative and Both Senators

CLOSED - Watch for new bills in 2015/2016 session

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National Day of Action - May 6
Congressman Massie (R-KY), Chellie Pingree (D-ME) and a bipartisan coalition of 17 other lawmakers introduced legislation on March 26 to improve consumer food choices and to protect local farmers from federal interference.

The "Milk Freedom Act of 2014" [HB 4307] would provide relief to local farmers, small producers, and others who have been harassed, fined, and in some cases even prosecuted for the "crime" of distributing unpasteurized milk. This bill would prohibit the federal government from interfering with the interstate traffic of raw milk products.

Likewise, the "Interstate Milk Freedom Act of 2014" [HB 4308] would prevent the federal government from interfering with trade of unpasteurized, natural milk or milk products between states where distribution or sale of such products is already legal.

No provision of either bill would preempt or otherwise interfere with any State law. Both bills have been referred to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.

Sign this petition: I urge you to vote YES on both HB 4307 and HB 4308 in support of food freedom of choice.

Please add your own comments and follow up with phone calls. Your message will be faxed to your U.S. Representative and both Senators.

Type your own personal message on the subject: All comments should be appropriately respectful and in acceptable taste. If one of your recipients is also a newspaper there is a minimum of 10 and a maximum of about 250 words. Your signature will be added automatically. Submission of this form constitutes authorization to publish your letter in your local newspaper if that option is selected.

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