It seems that some of those independent Yankees up in New England have decided that the nanny-state has nanny-ed enough.
Sedgwick passed an ordinance that gives its citizens the right “to produce, sell, purchase, and consume local foods of their choosing,” regulations be damned. The ordinance includes raw milk, meats that are slaughtered locally, all produce, and just about anything else you might imagine. Furthermore, the town has declared that interference from the state or federal government is illegal. Yes!!
Sedgwick believes, that according to the Home Rule provisions of their State Constitution, the citizens of Sedgwick have the right to enact an ordinance that is “local and municipal in character.” Sedgwick started the fight in 2011, and it appears that they are winning.
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Remember the name: Sedgwick, Maine. It may turn out to be where an important 21st century revolution began.
For less government, more self reliance.
Check out the Let’s do It Ourselves website. ldio.org