With a unanimous vote in a town meeting, Sedgwick, Maine, has
approved a "food sovereignty" ordinance. David Gumpert
America's Declaration of Independence and the Maine Constitution,
he ordinance proposed that "Sedgwick citizens possess the right to
produce, process, sell, purchase, and consume local foods of their
choosing." These would include raw milk and other dairy products
and locally slaughtered meats, among other items.
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Have you heard of the small town of Sedgwick, Maine? Maybe you should have, as the town enacted a somewhat revolutionary ordinance declaring “food sovereignty” — any normal type of food transaction is absolutely free and legal, rega...
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