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    Default March 7th Raleigh NC Committee hearing on raw milk and industrial hemp.

    Representative Glen Bradley is the co-chair of the House Select Committee on Agricultural Regulation along with Representative Jimmy Dixon. On Wednesday, March 7th from 1:30 PM until 4PM in room 1228 of the Legislature building, the committee will be holding a hearing on various subjects to include a discussion of raw milk and industrial hemp.

    This meeting is open to the public, and we welcome your attendance! The topics being raised during this committee meeting are broadly considered controversial, and we anticipate a packed house, so if you plan on attending do please arrive early for a spot in the committee conference room.
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    apparently I've been told that people go apoplectic over raw milk. This oughtta be interesting.

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    Yeah, really






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    I think using the term "fresh milk" would constitute better (and more accurate) marketing than "raw milk".

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    Rep. Bradley Revives Raw Milk Debate

    Dairy processors/distributors remind state lawmaker what he’s up against

    By Sara Burrows

    Mar. 13th, 2012

    RALEIGH — While the demand for unpasteurized, “raw” milk is growing around the country, North Carolina remains one of 20 states where selling it is illegal. State Rep. Glen Bradley, R-Franklin, wants to change that. ......


    Carolina Journal Online full article.





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