Parenting and food prep: no one needs any training (until someone gets sick and they want ObamaCare).
A proposal to take homemade or homegrown food “off the black market” passed a legislative committee vote Thursday.
The House Agriculture, State and Public Lands and Water Resources Committee voted 8-1 to advance House Bill 56, also known as the Wyoming Food Freedom Act.
The legislation would exempt Wyoming food sales from government oversight — including inspections, licensing and certification — as long as they are single transactions between a producer and an “informed end consumer.”
Sales at farmers markets and sales of homegrown or locally raised products fall under the purview of the bill.
Rep. John Eklund, R-Cheyenne, said people should have the right to select what they want to buy and eat.
“I think eating good, wholesome food is a right people should have, and they should go and purchase what they want,” he said. “I think I’ve eaten out of everybody’s garden and off every table in eastern Laramie County, and I’ve never had food poisoning or any other problems.”
Food safety fairytales.