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This legal research of the FOOD AND DRUGS CODE Tile 21 USC (beginning on page
146 of this document) was inspired by the injustice imposed on Rawsome Foods as
follows:
https://www.brasscheck.com/video/raw-foods-raid/?omhide=true

Raw Foods Raid


The Fight For The Right To Eat What
You Want
Got Raw Milk?
Guns drawn, authorities entered the premises of Rawsome Foods, in Venice CA, in June
of 2010. This is a members only health food co-op that sells that awful suspect
underground stuff: raw milk products!
They terrorized the employees, helped themselves to whatever they wanted and destroyed
thousands and thousands of dollars worth of food in the process.
No less than 5 government agencies were involved in the raid. Besides the felonies “to
conspire,” the misdemeanor charges were for processing milk without pasteurization,
operating an unlicensed milk plant, selling milk or milk products that don’t “conform to
the standards,” and selling milk that had been produced or handled using unsanitary
conditions.
After the raid depicted in this video, the Rawesome raw foods buying club was raided
and ransacked again, on August 3, 2011.
James Stewart, the owner of Rawesome, was arrested and charged with seven
misdemeanors and six felony counts of conspiracy. His bail was set at $123,000.
Sharon Palmer, who operates Healthy Family Farms, LLC, in Santa Paula, Ventura
County, CA, was arrested and charged with three of the misdemeanors and the six
conspiracy charges. Her bail was set at $121,000.
All for daring to sell Healthy Family Farms’ raw goat milk and raw goat milk dairy
products (and raw cow milk from Pennsylvania) to their loyal club members and
shareholders.
People who belong to the “Right to Choose Healthy Food’s Rawesome Club” sign a
membership agreement that states: “I completely reject and refuse all governmental food
standards. I fully trust the board members of this club to properly oversee and manage the
preparation, handling and packaging of the food in this club, including but not limited to
raw meat, raw eggs, raw produce, raw juices, raw dairy…”
But it is legal to sell raw milk in California. No one complained or got sick from these
products.
This bust is about controlling the small dairy farms and small co ops, and making it very
difficult, expensive and complicated to supply real, raw and untreated food to the public.
Learn more at the Farm To Consumer Legal Defense Fund, because more and more
stories like this are unfolding across the nation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ioN0ehlyyXI
Raw Foods Raid - The Fight For the
Right To Eat What You Want

ReasonTV
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Published on Nov 17, 2010
This summer armed government agents raided Rawesome Foods, a Venice, California
health food co-op. What were the agents after? Unpasteurized milk, it turns out.

Raw milk raids are happening all over the United States. The Food and Drug
Administration warns that raw milk consumption can cause health problems, but a
growing community of raw foods enthusiasts are ignoring government recommendations
and claiming that they are getting tastier, more nutritious food by going raw.

Reason.tv visited Rawesome to examine the circumstances of the raid and discovered that
this particular raw foods case stretches across county lines and involves at least five
separate government agencies, despite the fact that not a single member of Rawesome has
complained or been harmed by the raw foods. In fact, members have to sign a contract
stating that they understand and accept the risks of consuming raw foods before they are
allowed to step inside.

If members of a private club sign a waiver stating that they want to drink a certain type of
milk, why is the government getting involved? As Jarel Winterhawk, a manager at
Rawesome, puts it, "This is America. How are you going to tell me what I can and cannot
eat?"

Though no charges have yet resulted from the raid, Rawesome is threated with shutdown
due to the involvement of yet another government agency, Los Angeles Department of
Building and Safety, and the club's raw goat milk supplier, Healthy Family Farms, has
had its dairy license suspended.

"Raw Foods Raid" is written and produced by Zach Weissmueller. Camera by Alex
Manning and Weissmueller. Senior Producer is Ted Balaker. Music by Jami Sieber, Five
Star Fall, and Kammen and Swan (Magnatune Records).

Approximately 7 minutes.

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Free Manz29 minutes ago


Raw milk a danger to society? Only if it has Posilac in it! And that is U'S
government approved? Go figure. Now that's really stupid...Peace to all.
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Philip Dawes4 hours ago


This is standard and typical American thuggery out of control, orchestrated by
government psychopaths and sociopaths. What makes it even worse are the
agent tossers and cop-thugs who carry out these tyrannical orders.
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Rudywtf2 days ago


so this should be UnreasonableTV, there are health concerns regarding raw milk.
people have died, many people have consumed the bacteria and become very ill.
now im all for natural selection, there should be proper warning labels and
suggestions such as simply boiling the milk aka pasteurization. yeah thats it, all
the fuss over heating milk to kill harmful ecoli and salmonella that may be in
there.
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essvee861 week ago
Eat whatever you want, you idiots. You have the right to be stupid and eat all
those simple-carb artery-clogging foods. You should have the right to eat what
you want, and I have the right to make fun of your dumb-ass when you shoving
that nasty Big Mac down your throat. Don't blame me if you find yourself having a
heart attack or having diabetes, YouTube idiots.
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Skinnymarks2 weeks ago


Corperations using public money and police force to do intimidation and raids on
their compitition.
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sdelony3 weeks ago


Do as I say Niger or master will come down with the whip.
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xian xu1 month ago


The giant milk co ops want to keep their strangle hold on milk products. They
make billions and don't want to give up a penny.
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jewsbeer1 month ago


Liberals be crazy!
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Gabriel G1 month ago


fucking liberals
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Wendy Harper1 month ago


People into raw food are probably the people have researched raw food choices
far more than any food consumers, evan vegan. This is cuckoo nutso. Michelle
Obama is probably behind this. She didn't get her way with her food programs, so
she would destroy everyone else!
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Korogames2 months ago


Infuriating
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Rob Reiken6 months ago


DIrty filthy criminal cops everywhere hating on America , doing what they can to
shut honest living down only in The Nazi Gestapo States Of America.
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David Denny9 months ago


do not let them take your food away from you I repeat do not let them at all cost
if not I will be up there to help you out
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Randalf Steward1 year ago


They need to draw their guns. Someone may spray them with milk and that would
be deadly.
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Ken Alexander1 year ago


They want us all to take their poison.
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Ken Alexander1 year ago


Dirty Bass Turds
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RonPaul Revered1 year ago


I don't consent to the extortion (taxes) that pay for this madness.
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SaulOhio1 year ago (edited)


"Oh now we see the violence inherent in the system! Come see the violence
inherent in the system!"--Monty Python If anyone doubts that government action
is always based on violence and threats of violence, show them this.
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Henke Ria2 years ago


raw milk is NOT healthy but if anyone likes to drink it they should be able too....
but, it very unfair to say it is heathy. but, to raid it like if it was cocaine....not very
first-world-like imo.
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Full Metal Druid1 month ago


it is the healthiest food in existence
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NoOB Plays2 years ago


I live in Germany and I thought that we have dump laws but this is not silly
anymore. If somebody wants to drink raw milk than he drink raw milk. if he die
cause he drunk raw milk than he die wher is the Problem ?
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Skinnymarks2 weeks ago (edited)


NoOB Plays The real problem is when we die from things we can't choose to not
put in our bodies. Why is so much of our food filled with things harmful to us?
Because it makes money. Raw food, you know what you're getting into. Unless
there is a a serious infection of the product. It usually should be fine. We don't
see membership of rawsome dying off quite literally.
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Turbo Grafx2 years ago
We Are Under Attack the 1% blood lines Know That Their Days are numbers
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Turbo Grafx2 years ago


Illuminati 1% power wants us to eat more Poison food with false Science and
warnings to the laymen who they know would fall for it. Radiation in water chem
trails processed foods FEAR DRIVEN Vacations to keep the billions in their
pockets. Money is the Chain and Ball to keep us in a Grid of CONTROL in this
LUCIFER prison Grid.
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puck2 years ago


The man that ran the trains in Auschwitz said he only was there to keep the trains
on time. The man that provided the chemicals for the gas was only delivering a
product. The people have lost their freedom years ago in this country and now
are just beginning to understand how far it has come. We are close to repeating
history, allowing others to decide what is good and safe for you at the point of a
gun. The civil authorities are bought by big industry to police and stop anyone
outside the industry standard, for "your own good". Follow the money and the
politicians to find out just how far we have fallen. "Ignore the man behind
the curtain"
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tracy Beskin-clark2 years ago


This is a disgrace. It is obvious these measures are in place simply to deter and
hinder the outsourcing of raw milk and its other products and has nothing to do
with any breech of law. Why? Because its a threat to the monopolised rich and
powerful milk industry. Also, because raw milk is good for us and I'm sure the
Government wants people sick/dying, rather than healthy and well. I'm not sure
how any police officer could take part in this sort of heavy handed intimidating
raid and feel good about themselves. This is a shameful display to any agency
who participated in this despicable act.
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Riain Gardiner3 years ago (edited)


And people want to give up their guns... Stand up to these people! An old
fashion standoff would bring so much media attention nationally... Worked for
the rancher in NV.
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XFFP80013 years ago


Fucking bastards! keep doing what your doing! People stand with god and nature.
Fuck the evil people
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crazybigyo3 years ago


Wow, I'm a pretty calm, nice guy, but that really irks the fuck out of me.
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Barry Redman3 years ago


It should, because the world is changing at a rapid pace.
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Stacy Nebenionquit3 years ago
Absolutely loved the film
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snide953 years ago


Politicians getting paid off by big dairy companies. No surprise here.
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Billy Davis3 years ago


I wish I had special powers so I could prevent all this bullshit, one by one, I would
find each agency responsible for doing this to Rawesome and put them in prison
with no food for 1 year, suffer mother fuckers.....
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Billy Davis3 years ago


No more government, WE THE PEOPLE.....
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G W3 years ago
I suppose it will be all okay when you can buy a GM milking goat. It will seem very
expensive though because you will only be able to milk it once 24/7 for a year
before the terminator gene kicks in, but it will be more profitable. Maybe the USA
government is afraid that all the organic farmers were armed with potato guns.
Are fully automatic potato guns illegal? Make sure you use you load up with
Monsanto tomatoes. They are the only tomato with a tough enough skin to be
certified for use in a potato gun. Organic tomatoes are just not safe for use in
potato guns and you might compound your felonies.
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ndpeachyd3 years ago


Is this serious? I can smoke cigarettes until my skin resembles a baseball glove.
I can drink liquor until my knees feel like limp noodles and my scirrotic liver looks
like Swiss cheese. I can now purchase LEGAL cannabis sativa (marijuana) and
smoke it to my hearts content. I can purchase knock off bags, shoes, and
clothing. I watch porn and purchase boot leg tapes and never be raided. BUT if I
sell or purchase RAW MILK or RAW FOODS I can arrested like a member of the
Colombian Drug Cartel? What?! The lunatics are now running the institution!
SMH!
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puck2 years ago


.....everything you mentioned is taxed and regulated by a alphabet soup of cops
and regulators. Your politicians are bought by industry. Raw foods are outside
regulations set by big industry. The taxes are used to buy cops to tell you what
you can do and keep our politicians in limos, at the point of gun, by industry.
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Turbo Grafx2 years ago


+ndpeachyd It is population Control to eat processed poisons. Radiations in
water with this legal amount BS. Radiation should not be in water . Airport Scans
you opt out they do unconformable things so you don't opt out To Nuke YOU. We
are under attack by the Luciferian Systems
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Tom B4 years ago
At the next voting opportunity, these people will be queuing to give their trust to
this government again and again.
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G K4 years ago
Under the Food Safety Modernization Act, it is currently illegal to have a home
garden. You can be arrested for giving home grown vegetables to your neighbors
too. This is insanity. Madness for power by the sociopaths in megacorporations
has resulted in a tyrannical government for the rich against the people. They want
to force us all to eat pasteurized, chemically processed irradiated trash food at
rip off prices from corporate supermarkets. Think they'll never go after your home
garden? They already are. They are ripping them out of the ground all over the
country then sending you the bill for their services. I wonder if the people will ever
get angry enough to stand up to these goons? Are we free or are we slaves? It's
YOUR choice. If you choose to ignore the government and local politics, you can
be sure big corporations are going to eventually control every aspect of YOUR life,
rendering you a slave, extracting every bit of value from your life they can take
then throwing you on the trash pile when there's no more to squeeze out of you.
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doug wert4 years ago


Corporations run the police so of course they will crack down. This is similar to
the abuse of horse and cattle in Oregon. The police run it with rodeo thugs. Check
it out. Youtube has videos on it.
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Mike Kanook4 years ago


A judge in Canada ruled recently that raw milk is a health hazard.
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sovran124 years ago
Contact creditors in commerce dot com. They will shut these cabal goons down!
People have to realize these people have NO jurisdiction over you if you take it
back! They have stealthily accomplished this through legal shenanigans and
mazes.
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hiway280z4 years ago


They want you to buy milk full of additives or any thing else they decide to put in
it.My cousins had a farm and sold the milk to a dairy. All they ever drank was milk
straight from their cows. Many did back then and probably still do.
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hiway280z4 years ago


guns drawn what the hell.
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Marx Man4 years ago


these sap suckers remind me of this martial arts movie called curse of the
golden orchid. the ruler is forcing his wife to drink ea he knows is killing her. this
is no different, these sick bastards want to take out the things that will keep you
alive. they want you to have no choice to eat drink crap that will kill you.
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masterpalladin4 years ago


We have eaten pure, raw, whole milk for bloody freaking centuries!!!!! So now that
our meat,eggs and milk is mostly factory farmed, we are sicker and have more
digestive problems than ever!!!!!!! No wonder Obama trying to ban guns!
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Slavisa Seslija5 years ago


It would be a shame for you not to burn fat when other normal people
accomplish it easily using Mimmu Fat Blast (Google it).
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Ivan Mockba5 years ago


These are tyrants of an evil government that are in the pockets of the big
businesses that are out to hurt small business. People have a right to eat, drink,
and smoke whatever they want to, and the corrupt government needs to mind it's
business of governing, instead of trying to rule like kings. Folks are getting fed up
with all this stuff, and eventually it's going to lead to war, and a bunch of corrupt
politicians, judges, police, etc, etc, are going to hang.
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binu khadka5 years ago


It would be a shame if you did not bulk up when other normal people do it easily
using Atomic Fat Loss (search for it on google).
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James Barnes5 years ago


These are terrorists folks plain and simple, well the ones with the badges and
guns are that is. Drawing a gun on someone when your life has not been
threatened is a crime in act dereliction of duty breach of trust, oath, and duty.
Stop trusting these government criminals.
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MrGridStrom5 years ago


There is a difference between the milk they produce and the milk produced by Big
dairy. This natural milk has been produced with out growth hormones and loads
of antibiotics. There for it does not need to be pasteurized to be made safe to
drink or homogenized to crush the milk fats. This is pure healthy milk Not cow
puss.
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killertomate5 years ago


"what the land of the free?who ever told you that is your enemy.."
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ApexIXMR5 years ago


Our corporate/lobby-run government will be the end of this country.
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muddykipz5 years ago


Why can't they just put a warning label on it saying that the consumption of raw
milk has the potential to be hazardous?
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Steven Bartels5 years ago
Raw milk can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain, etc. Well, I guess
they should ban running, sleeping, walking across the street, swimming, boating,
eating altogether, shaving with a straight razor, or hell might as well ban being
human! Life is risk! The bigger the gov't the less liberty you have and the less
choice you have!
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Bil Bil5 years ago


Fear and intimidation are the tools of Tyrants.
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Ron Paul U.S.A.5 years ago


Wait, we CANNOT eat pure, raw, wholesome milk.... but we CAN eat foods loaded
with thousands of dangerous, cancer causing chemicals? We CAN but cigarettes,
alcohol, and prescription drugs??? Where is the outrage people!! facebook
.com/RonPaulUSA
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huntingtonbeachify5 years ago


Go Ron Paul for truth and liberty!
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Jacob Rose5 years ago


honestly i think all this wholefoods stuff is retarded because nobody can tell the
taste of natural and artificial in blind taste tests but I think that you have the right
to eat and drink whatever the fuck you want as long as you can pay the cost of
doing so
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Full Metal Druid1 month ago


you can't tell the taste difference between raw and cooked?
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iscribibel5 years ago


also, i do want to add that i think the real point here is food freedom. If ppl want
to eat crisps and sip on fizzy drinks all day (as terrible as that might be
nutritionally! but tasty too =) they shld be able to, likewise, if someone wants to
eat non-gmo food or drink raw milk, it should be their right. It's incredible the
lengths gone to in this situation. It's food for a private organization who signed a
waiver! *goes to fridge to browse* anyway just some, ahem, food for thought.
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iscribibel5 years ago


Any food inherently involves risk, that's true. But when you think that millions of
people through history were drinking raw milk (our grandparents, for example) it
makes sense that if a cow is eating what she shld eat, grass/hay/clover, what
have you, then if you're a milk drinker, it's safer. Louis Pasteur was a genius and
many ppl were saved due to his discovery, but do consider that regulations were
put in place after the industrialization of food.
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iscribibel5 years ago


Well,no i suppose not,but to be fair,the reason cattle were getting BSE to begin
w/was because the usda had been allowing cows to eat, well, animal parts in
their grain. Cows are ruminants and they shouldn't even be eating grain, but that's
a whole 'nother story!Grass-fed cattle,wouldn't get mad cow. Now,the usda has
banned the use of animal material in feed, but it should be noted that they were
the ones that pushed for this type of filler in the first place. Fixing what they broke
so to speak.
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sagarat5 years ago


Read this: edition . cnn . com/2011/10/12/health/food-poisoning-protection-
guide/index.html Raw Milk is dangerous.
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sagarat5 years ago


Pasturisation is carried out to kill harmful bacteria in food products, making it a
requirement for RETAIL sales is good idea to protect the general product. IF
these people were selling mad cow tainted beef, would everyone still be angry
about food regulations?
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maurizius275 years ago


you know why they came in with guns drawn ? The tyrannycal, arse-kissing,
corrupt scum( and this refers primarily to the people that control them) came in
with guns drawn purely for intimidation purposes !!! Do not be afraid all good men
and women! Fight harmlessly for what is right, because we are in the right !!!
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morningmayan5 years ago


Half of the employees at the FDA worked for Monsanto-
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morningmayan5 years ago


The FDA has there own armed people - scary and stupid right?
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Edward Supertramp5 years ago


are these Federal Agents?
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HokutoAnsatsuken5 years ago


Same here.
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SamSymphonia5 years ago


Dante (Reuben Langdon) Brought me here... :p
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ward52565 years ago


F d a is corrupt nothing but shills watch bad blood documentary to know what
they really are.
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WastedPo5 years ago


I have a question for the people here excusing the raid because they think that
raw milk is inherently dangerous: How do you justify the fact that they destroyed
all the eggs and organic fruits and vegetables too? There was a homeless shelter
right nearby and they threw all that food into a dump. Are organic vegetables also
dangerous?
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WastedPo5 years ago


@mikellv7, I'm afraid you're not going to get anyone to take up your cause unless
someone shuts down Twitter and sabatoges the TV stations who show reality TV.
Until then, the placated masses won't stand up for much of anything.
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WastedPo5 years ago


@Hamandchees3, I'm genuinely curious. Do you want water filters that get rid of
sodium fluoride to be banned? After all, people who believe sodium fluoride is a
neuro-toxic waste from the aluminum industry are crazy and need to be saved
from themselves. Do you also think we should ban organic fruits and veggies
because we know that genetically modified foods are scientifically superior?
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WastedPo5 years ago


@JETZcorp, fear of GMOs is not irrational.The FDA never properly tested for
long-term effects, and what tests have been done have revealed disastrous
effects for the organs and reproductive organs in mammals. It's Frankenfood that
completely goes against the natural course of how we and the rest of the
environment developed. GMOs are also pretty uncontrollable and have
contaminated the ecosystem, even in places where they were never intentionally
released. Also, if the bees die, so do we.
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iondetox5 years ago


@WastedPo I agree.. but it's all about honor and integrity.. they read words and
say words but their loyalty lies within a dark heart. They would sell their mother
for a few cents.
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WastedPo5 years ago


@adelyn123, were you even alive when Bush was President? He wasn't exactly a
classical conservative who believed in small government.
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WastedPo5 years ago


When those tough guys threw all the organic food away, stole the cash and
dumped all the milk down the drain, I can't help think of how the "just following
orders" goons behaved under Joseph Stalin.
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WastedPo5 years ago


@djmopa, I'm sure they do have common sense and know all that. The problem
is, they're soulless scumbags. When you look at it from that perspective, their
actions make perfect sense.
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WastedPo5 years ago
@metalebd, you mention Wikipedia as if it's unimpeachable. Do you also think
that corn-fed, antibiotic-raised cows are healthier than grass-fed beef, or that
pasteured farm eggs are no more nutritious than typical supermarket eggs? And
if you want to talk about health, do you think that the foods loaded with
hormones, pesticides and GMOs aren't killing us? Just because someone doesn't
immediately go to the hospital with stomach cramps after eating something,
doesn't mean food is okay.
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WastedPo5 years ago


@iondetox, after the Patriot Act and the National Defense Authorization Act I'm
not so sure the Constitution even exists anymore. Of course, it would help things
if all those pigs that swear an oath to uphold the principles of the Constitution
actually were literate enough to read it.
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WastedPo5 years ago


I don't think you people understand. Repeat after me: "Organic food is bad for the
environment. Genetically modified foods and pesticides are "green" and thereby
automatically good." BTW, of course they had their guns drawn. Those complicit
pigs couldn't live out their fantasies of being Steven Seagal or Bruce Willis if they
didn't have their guns drawn, could they?
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Godot5 years ago


I wish the FDA were as worried about Monsanto GMO corn and soy as they are
about raw milk.
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RE:Think5 years ago


Dairy. License. Fucks sake this is out of control.
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victorcintron19705 years ago


1776 wake up slaves fight for your freedom or die
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metalebd5 years ago


@1madaboutguitar Pasteurised milk. 'Improperly handled raw milk is responsible
for nearly three times more hospitalizations than any other foodborne disease
outbreak, making it one of the world's most dangerous food products' - That
quote is from wikipedia btw. Just don't know why people assume because it's
'natural' it must be more healthy. Lots of baseless conspiracy and pseudoscience
surrounds the raw food health boom. It's not a cure all. Just saying :)
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iondetox5 years ago


Is it just me or does it seem like our government is attacking us? Just looking at
it makes me feel like an outlaw gang of drug dealers is being allowed to operate
in the open who are above the law. Our Constitution addresses this.
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Gaurangi Christine Cullen5 years ago


I buy raw milk from a farm in the UK. He is not supposed to sell it but that is
between us and my choice to drink it.
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F3FisGoodforYou5 years ago


I've been eating raw milk and such for more than 30 years (was raised in a farm),
then I came to the US and start eating food I found in store... I gain 30% of my
weight in a few month and I never been in such a bad health condition. just
saying... Also: A good cop is a Dead Cop. USA being a democracy is a legend.
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richfield dominic5 years ago


land of the fed and home of the enslaved
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lastpatriot4America5 years ago


Guns Drawn ? WTF ? For healthy food ?
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eerakk5 years ago


That pisses me off.
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Mighty Spider5 years ago


@metalebd What do you mean by "normal"?
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Anatoly6 years ago


In Russia politicians say US intends to colonize Russian federation ... It seems
you are colonized already. Really sad.
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metalebd6 years ago


What is wrong with normal milk?
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timekeeper7776 years ago


@djmopa You said "How can anyone say that something that is processed and
that has its natural enzymes destroyed be better for a human? Are we really
suppose to believe that things with pesticides are better for us? When it has been
proven that they affect the nervous system, cause reproductive problems, cancer,
birth defects, fetal death and neurodevelopmental disorders." -- Well that's the
point. They hated the idea of HEALTHY LIVING. They wanted you to be ILL, not
HEALTHY.
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timekeeper7776 years ago


@mrsiborg Correct! Because there is no money in healthy people, these healthy
diets are a major threat to FDA's goal, to CREATE disease. More disease = more
hospitalization = more sold drugs = more money for everyone in the healthcare
[err disease-creation] industry. You would kill the industry by introducing healthy
diets and healthy people in the equation and that is a NO NO for them.
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timekeeper7776 years ago


@lamargopetersen yes, you're still alive because you drink/eat raw, and that is
NOT their goal, they want everyone to be physically ill and crippled with disease,
because there is no money in healthy people, thus they CREATE disease through
the food you ingest.
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timekeeper7776 years ago


@dont138 The constitution of America has been raped for so long, we're just
blind to see it. Another example, Patriot Act, Homeland Security Act. Everything is
happening "as planned" and you can't stop it. They've been grilling these ideas for
centuries and implementing it little by little so you wouldn't suspect. The terms
"republican" and "democrat" are just there as a smokescreen. Your leader is not
YOUR leader but THEIR representative to further their agenda.
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Chaos Omega6 years ago


What if someone choose to eat cannabis...? Are you guys gonna be on the same
side as the guy who grows cannabis as medicine? Are you guys gonna be all up
in arms when the cops raid his place? I hope so.
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dont1386 years ago


This is crazy. It's a shame to know that our constitution has been raped so badly.
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nafissasoulplus6 years ago
wow! only in america...land of the free yeah right
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mrsiborg6 years ago


The ONLY reason for the raids is that the government is not making enough
money out of the 'raw foods' industry and people are choosing NOT to listen to
the government bullshit and propaganda. Power, greed and control. the usual
government line.
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James Carmichael6 years ago


Sad very sad.
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BADSTINGTV6 years ago


@misselissisme Thank You!
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olitsch20006 years ago


All those people interviewed in the video are healthy looking and outstandingly
good looking. Maybe the fat DA's, administatives, lame ducks and the multibillion-
bosses who they f*ck with are jealous ?
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olitsch20006 years ago


@SkullOfYorick Yeah...which are supposed to cause multiple deseases like
neurological problems, adiposis, ADHD, Cancer ... FDA: RAID THE COMPANIES
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olitsch20006 years ago


@lamargopetersen My father grew up on a farm in East-Prussia (Ex-Germany
now Russia) befor WW2. They made their own Butter and Cheese. Besides some
heartproblems, he never was ill and took hardly sickdays on work. He´s over 80
now ...
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Conrad Carriker6 years ago


FREEZE Jaywalker!
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Joan Korman6 years ago


UN Agenda 21... using "sustainable development' too take away your rights,
particularly your property rights, They do not want us to eat good foods. There is
an agenda to reduce the population. WAKE UP PEOPLE you are being fed poisons
for a reason.
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BADSTINGTV6 years ago


This is crazy!! Our rights are being stripped right under our nose people.....stop
wondering why brittney spears shaves her head and wake up.
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BADSTINGTV6 years ago


@samarabluee you are right!
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Adam6 years ago


If Obama had a spine he would denounce the raids and promise pardons to
anyone charged. AN OUTRAGE!
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karen s6 years ago


when will people demonstrate against the FDA? They have allowed GMO without
labeling, they want to limit access to vitamins, we have many chemicals in the
food . We have little say in having alternative cures for cancer. They have allowed
over vaccinations of our kids. we have little kids on ridalin, teens on prozac and
adults on everything else. Nothing will change until people organize a protest to
dismantle the FDA & start from scratch.
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ForAVoluntarySociety6 years ago


@samarabluee they do it to protect the large agriculture and dairy farms from
competition.
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rainpowers6 years ago
Our rights are being taken away....pretty soon we won't be able to grow our own
food or read the bible the way things are going....I feel that it is wrong for the Gov.
to be doing that when they have the people signing for a member ship and they
know what they are buying.
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fiddleman316 years ago


That Scottish fiddle tune(called Spootiskerry) at the end was a nice touch :)
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robertmike576 years ago


@davehutchinson67 Appears Rawesome Foods takes cheaper packaged food,
repackages it and sells it as organic, free range ect., why law enforcement has a
heavy hand to document/compile evidence. The long time in biz is a bad
argument, took longer to nail Bernie Madoff. Notice these clowns just whine
about law enforcement, providing no reason to believe they're honest.
Unpasteurized food not complying with regulation is not something I would bet
my life on, but you go for it.
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Marcos Rios6 years ago


@davehutchinson67 Don't mess around, yeah a swat team for raw milk. stfu, this
was all illegal in every way imaginable, and lapd is no better than andy griffin and
barney, please, go talk your smack to others like you, you troll.
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Marcos Rios6 years ago
phfffft, I would have taken down all the law enforcement officers, lickety split.
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Piter U. Caizer6 years ago


So sad but obvious : the people have no more 'rights' in the U.S. to chose foods
they like & are healthy if the terrorist regime they live under doesn't agree !
Unfortunately, it's going to get way worse - U need to leave the U.S. behind,
extract Urself, friends & family to start an alternative reality, elsewhere....
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blackjeepnglider6 years ago


we laught at your adminestrators they have lost the plot cops with guns
drawn....JEEZZZ..................ridicule them the world over with this video FRUIT
LOOPS RUNNING THE SHOW..............greetings from australia were not fully
affected by AMERICAN rulers madness yet but there here ) :
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robertmike576 years ago


@2wheels88 Argument from authority is bullshit even when its Jefferson, pretty
sure he said that before The Jungle was written.
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robertmike576 years ago


LOL! That little farm is providing that much produce for Rawesome Foods to sell
2 days a week???? The people posting here about big bad government are sure
gullible, its more reasonable to believe rawesome foods is defrauding people.
And yeah, looks like theres structures that could collapse. Theres reasons why
libertarianism is skull fucked, and its on display in this vid.
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blackjeepnglider6 years ago


good day from australia..........................i cant believe the crap you have to put up
with have they lost the plot ???? or is stupidity is rife in your system throughout
right up to the top in politics..................................spread this video world over the
world needs a good joke..............im all for independant choice
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lpsnowchic216 years ago


Can't believe this just happened again. It is rediculous
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Roger Edge6 years ago


Ron Paul 2012 he will stop this crap
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awakenchange6 years ago


it's only going to get worse! come on American's.......WAKE UP!!!!!!
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blissJesus16 years ago
it's wind'n up. Have His Righteousness, imputed unto you. Acts 2:38...obey the
gospel...please.
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Born Again Christian6 years ago


Your footage that you say is the RAWSOME kitchen is not from that raid. It is
from another farm that was raided.This footage is in another video "FEDS RAID
AMISH MILK FARM" and also I believe it is in the new movie Farmaggeddon.
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MacGirvan6 years ago


A bunch of jack booted thugs!
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Ned Kelly6 years ago


I know dozens of people who brought up their kids on raw cows and goats milk,
NONE of them got sick.
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HealingForAll LoveForAll6 years ago


Fucking shame ......
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Steven Sciame6 years ago
Still think you're free?
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brainerdrebel6 years ago


@AntaresInScorpius it is none of the government's business, if I get sick it is my
business. How did your ancestors survive on the farm without regulations?
Salmonella comes from handling the milk, not the milk. Stop buying anything you
don't need, buy as much food from local farmers and raise your own. If you live in
the city you can build boxes to hold your veg. Stop feeding the beast with taxes. I
buy second hand Ralph Lauren shirts for 2.00. It is about taxes not food. We are
tax slaves.
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Carbon prey6 years ago


So what are they putting in the milk, and what have they found that the additives
do to us ?
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Ned Kelly6 years ago


I brought up my 4 kids on raw goats milk. I bought and sold it for years, in NZ.
You guys live in the wrong country.
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beyo56 years ago


Eat what we tell you - think the way we tell you - look the way we tell you - C'mon
monkeys - we say "Jump" and you yell "How high?" That'll do American populous,
that'll do.
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David Johnson6 years ago


have you heard of agenda 21 . this is part of population reduction. they don't
want us to eat healthy. they want use to eat that nasty GMO food and drink the
fluoride cancer causing water.
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EasternMerchant6 years ago


raw food is a great option, but..... there are a populace that would cry to the
government for help if something does go wrong such as contaminated raw
foods that is why all these various institutions were set in place in the past was
to regulate the processing of food for the safety of the public. If there was
contaminated raw milk for example, without government intervention... there is
no legal recourse to deal with such a problem.
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Ronaj Bhandari6 years ago


Oh hey! Have you considered intellectus diet (google intellectus424dietcom)? Ive
heard some amazing things about it and my cousin lost a ton of weight with it.
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MichiganPatriot6 years ago


This is what voting for a regulation-happy president (Obama) will get you - and
his Czar Uber Alles, Cass Sunstein will get you. It occurred under Bush 43, but its
now getting worse under the "O-man" and his proletariat. If you don't vote for
poeple who want smaller government, then expect a LOT more of this big-brother
government to be intruding on your lives.
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georgia lang6 years ago


how crazy
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anyaLasagna6 years ago


what shmuck is responsible for making all 3 depts come together and plan such
a sneaky nasty thing. when will the white grey haired politicians .. old fuuucks...
die out already? these poor ‘upper class hippies’ don tknow what hit em. like who
comes in w/ guns? like.. its fucking venice. w t f
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anyaLasagna6 years ago


@chemtrailkook are you serious? can u link me to news vid or article? thxx
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civilian6 years ago


Buy Guns.
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civilian6 years ago


@SunsetSix uhhhh. you're an idiot.
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Liberty Evolution6 years ago


Yes, Mr. Police State, we very much enjoy your violent, SS style raids on organic
food stores. We very much appreciate you protecting us from willfully drinking
raw milk. I don't know what we'd do without you.
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thatstheguy076 years ago


@SunsetSix Right, yet its ok to sell cigarettes, alcohol, along with all the toxic shit
the FDA allows into the food supply such as aspartame, msg and so on, not to
mention market prescription drugs on tv. Oh and all that fake food called
MacDonalds and the like, thats ok too. But no, raw milk is a no no. You are naive
and a little dumb if you really believe theyre doing this for the well being of the
ppl. They dont care about the ppl; in fact its profitable when ppl are sick and not
healthy.
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SunsetSix6 years ago


Why the hell shouldn't the authorities enforce the law. Selling raw milk is against
the law, and for good reason! It's dangerous. Here are some facts: 2001:
Outbreak of Campylobacter from raw milk. 2003: Outbreak of Listeria
monocytogenes infections fromraw queso fresco. 2003: Outbreak of Salmonella
infections from eating unpasteurized queso fresco. 2004: Outbreak of E.
coli.O157 infections from eating unpasteurized queso fresco
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The Remembrance Project6 years ago


All - Share this video! Get involved!! And help stop this government before we
lose all of our freedoms. Get in touch with what's going on in DC AND locally!
This is all part of their AGENDA to bring America down! I hope all of you have
written and called all of the agencies involved!
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The Remembrance Project6 years ago


All - Share this video! Get involved!! And help stop this government before we
lose all of our freedoms. Get in touch with what's going on in DC AND locally!
This is all part of their AGENDA to bring America down!
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waypasthadenough6 years ago


If you sit home waiting your turn you deserve to have your gun taken from your
cold dead hands. The Founders didn’t wait for the Brits to knock down their
doors. They gathered at the green and stood up like men and they killed
government employees all the way back to Boston. What will you do when it’s
time to hunt NWO hacks, republicrats and commies(“Liberals” and
‘progressives’)? Don't understand? Follow my links. Read the quotes page first.
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Jyflsng6 years ago


There used to be regulations concerning the selling of raw milk in CA. Have they
outlawed it completely? Whatever happened to freedom of choice? - Oh yeah,
that's only if you want to kill your unborn baby.
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artvandelay39116 years ago


Over 30 dead and over 2600 sick by the Germany E coli break out and teabaggers
are screaming big government over the FDA enforcing regulations. Do you know
why we live longer today? Because of regulations like these. Then again
teabaggers would rather you die young so we can scrap Social Security and
Medicare. Yep, that's the teabagger economic plan, die quickly.
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Mikell V6 years ago


McDonalds Servers Plastic Coated Chicken Nuggets to our Children and that's
OK they Fill our drinking water with Flouride and that's ok, an innocent Farm
harvests foods that do the body good and it gets raided once or more a year by
our wonderful Government Officials..What is wrong with this picture..When is
America going to wake up and take our Country BACK !!!???Where do I sign up?
Will Someone,Anyone take a stand and get this revolution in motion.
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Paul Prichard6 years ago


You guys need to take a restraining order on the FDA to get them to stop
interfering with your membership and your membership's property
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Paul Prichard6 years ago


This is Codex Alimentarius which is all about passing off toxins as nutritious and
nutrients as toxins.
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SharkTheArdvark6 years ago


It is about civil liberties. Simple.
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Jon Hutto6 years ago


This is something, someone running for president should stand up for.
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truemirror6 years ago


oh my, I'm finding this very disturbing, I would rather figure that in usa, that there
would be regulations on raw milk, on how to produce it safely, but to have it
illegal is a very very strange concept to me. Also I've quit drinking apple cider ever
since they started pasteurizing it, it tastes nasty now, and there is no nurturing
boost to the body, like the old time cider gave.
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mamigirlboutique6 years ago


this makes me so ANGRY! People have a RIGHT to grow their own food, and
consume WHAT THEY WANT TO! THey are making us reliant on their poisonous
foods. They are BULLIES and I really DO NOT KNOW WHAT has happened to
America! :( WHAT can we do about this to FIGHT IT?
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mamigirlboutique6 years ago


this makes me so ANGRY! People have a RIGHT to grow their own food, and
consume WHAT THEY WANT TO! THey are making us reliant on their poisonous
foods. They are BULLIES and I really DO NOT KNOW WHAT has happened to
America! :(
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Mel.M. Leolahi6 years ago
Craigmurrayauthor: its about choice. We have the right to choose what we put
into our bodies. Its our choice.
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Benjimen Green6 years ago


Yet another display showing how corrupt the food industry really is. They don’t
want us to eat healthy living foods because if we do; so called “doctors” can’t
make money out of poisoning us! Thanks for sharing this video.
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Craig Murray6 years ago


unpasteurized milk is very very dangerous to children, the elderly and those with
compromised immune systems. I know you are not going to believe me but there
is a reason the discovery of pasteurization was so important 150 years ago. We
have forgotten and no one wants to remember about entire villages falling sick
and school kids dying by drinking what was then just called tainted milk.
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godlike516 years ago


Ron Paul 2012
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Ron Matthews6 years ago


Those pudgy cops must be real brave to draw down on peaceful health food
enthusiasts. I sure hope they never have to face criminals. They'd need testicular
fortitude to do that.
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Ron Matthews6 years ago


Those pudgy cops must be real brave to draw down on peaceful health food
enthusiasts. I sure hope they never have to face criminals. They'd need testicular
fortitude to do that.
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Charana Kensler6 years ago


I kinda wonder if they do things to make you eat bad things just so they can make
money off of us being sick.
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Charana Kensler6 years ago


I remember when this happened. Horrible. Conspiracy!
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sol ky6 years ago


chess omg, can you believe it chess check that milk jag theres a banana in this
box yeah there are some here too
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sol ky6 years ago
OMG i have milk in my fridge will they come to check if its raw or not?
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TheAuthentikate6 years ago


Unbelievable! FDA is crazy and US police have lost all reason! Disgusting!
Monsanto in FDA. They have destroyed your property!
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nevada smith6 years ago


Raw milk is totally healthy, I was always sick when I drank the pasteurized milk. I
have never had a problem with Raw milk. the FDA wants You to eat GMO's,
aspartame, MSG, & dairy that has had all the beneficial enzymes killed off.
Support the Organic/Raw Revolution!!!! support small farms/business, it's better
for America, better for you. what an OUTRAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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ifjohnhadaname6 years ago


i am so confused. am i the only one who got a chill down their spine? privatized
America processed America nazi Germany? i just want to go back to eating out
of the paleos solution.
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Lastixen6 years ago


motherfucking codex alimentarius ...go to hell motherfuckong goverment
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Leo Trainor6 years ago


solution is simple, its sold at a farmers market here in oz and labeled as
"cosmetic use only"
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Something Sea16 years ago


@beautiflywings "Seriously? This is what I pay taxes for?" You sound surprised.
Don't you realize that taxes are theft? How else but by waste will the gov't
employees spend it? The entire point is to subvert productivity.
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Something Sea16 years ago


@blogegog "Yes, you can't sell disease-laden milk in the US. Get over it." So,
you're saying that people aren't allowed to decide what they want for themselves?
Just want some clarification to make sure that you're actually saying that people
should not be allowed to decide for themselves things that relate to themselves.
You're actually saying that people with guns should be allowed to dictate what
people without guns put in their bodies?
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Something Sea16 years ago


@blogegog "I think the laws should be changed. But until the laws are changed, I
think we should follow the laws." They love that reasoning. It means that
you'll/we'll still be doing the same dumb shit 10 years from now. Law is the
breeding ground of immorality.
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john doe6 years ago


it is funny to see how these hippies are offended by the government intrusion but
they vote democrat to create more government, more intrusion. Hope you libs
learn something from this experience ..Isn't it what Michelle Obama is advocating
for???
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fursatali6 years ago


Biggie up yourself people. you have the power by choosing to eat what you want.
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cgrscott6 years ago


@gixxxr07, I agree that this is an area where the government is over-regulating.
You need to vote out the politicians who give government regulators more
authority than an act of Congress.
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unsheepled6 years ago


@Jarobulian Agenda 21 ( UN inspired) actually wants 90 % population
reduction...look it up That why all the chemicals and poisons permitted in foods
or frankenfoods creations. Look up Codex Alimentarius... and then you wont
wonder why the FDA told a manufacturer of high potency Vitamin C ( IV form ,
used in hospitals ICU only!) to stop making it, without a "law" or reason !
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unsheepled6 years ago
sickening to say the least..armed thugs , you have better chances with the mafia !
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Rick Lee6 years ago


@cgrscott i think youre missing the point here....its a control issue, how much
control do you want when it comes to what you eat?
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Rick Lee6 years ago


@swu880 you are so right about that, dam Monsanto!
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Rick Lee6 years ago


Pretty fu*king sad that Big brother has to shut down this place but you can go get
crappy ass food thats totally unhealthy for you at any fast food sh*t hole all over
town! Me and my gf where members here for a dollar. I hate our dictatorship
government. Pretty soon you wont be able to sneeze legally. I hope we all rise up
soon or they will control every move you make!
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Rick Lee6 years ago


Pretty fucking sad that Big brother has to shut down this place but you can go get
crappy ass food thats totally unhealthy for you at any fast food shit hole all over
town! Me and my gf where members here for a dollar. I hate our dictatorship
government. Pretty soon you wont be able to sneeze legally. I hope we all rise up
soon or they will control every move you make!
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axe master6 years ago
WHT A WASTE OF TA><PAYERS MONEY!!
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truthforall016 years ago


"Food is power, we use it to control behavior,...we DO NOT APOLOGIZE."-
Catherine Bertino(Executive Director United Nations Food Distribution)
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cgrscott7 years ago


I thought that the Raw Food culture in America was exclusively Vegetarian and
Vegen. Hamburger is mentioned in this video so, I guess there are different
philosophies and directions for Raw Food diets. I've talked to a vegetarian who
does not drink milk at all and uses natural calcium substitutes. It sounds like if
your Raw Food experience is vegetarian, you have less Government oversight in
your life.
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cgrscott7 years ago


There seems to be a lot of noticeable health and youthfulness among my friends
who have made the transition to the Raw Foods Diet. I'm still eating processed
grocery store food. The only meat I eat is turkey, chicken and fish. I might eat
beef once a month. I'm 49 and I'm trying to avoid the heart attacks that run in my
family.
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Tmartin14387 years ago
the idea of raw milk is weird to me, but people have every right to drink it! to hell
with the FDA! They took an organization meant to crack down on unsanitary
factory farms and slaughterhouses and became their pawns
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moss1transcendant7 years ago


untamperred milk actually boosts the imune system expanentually, the skin is
also supported with the consumption of goats milk. it will cure excema ! natural
cows milk help to heal the heart . its a yogic treament.
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Scrap50007 years ago


@Jarobulian I agree, except for 00:52 - 00:54 LOL
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Amber Noelle7 years ago


Yeah, this is how I want my tax dollars to be spent! NOT! I agree with the
gentleman in the video that as a free person in a supposedly free country I should
be able to decide what I put in my body. And to think this is done in a state where
the sale of raw milk is not only legal, but is legal to sell in stores! I am SO
frustrated with the government I can't even put it in words!
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RACHEL7 years ago


@jonahfox It's not hard to understand...it's totalitarian government control. That
is who is running things now. That is why they want to take God out of the public
arena....because THEY want to be your God, who you depend on for everything
and who controls your life. Welcome to Obama's America and the leftwing
People's Republic of California.
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RACHEL7 years ago


All you radical lefties....THIS is what big government brings. FASCISM. They want
to control every aspect of your life. What you can eat, what you can drive, what
you can sell, what kind of lightbulbs you use. Freedom? They are freer in China
today as they move TOWARDS freedom and we move AWAY from it. So keep
voting your freedoms away...keep voting Democrat. Watch what you say, watch
what you eat, watch what you think....Big Brother (Big Sis) is watching and she
WILL send the gestapo
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ed paul7 years ago


Another move by the Marxist controlled Democrats to impose totalitarian
government control.
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e2noch Gensis7 years ago


Welcome to the big corrupt gov't we have created.
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ustfu7 years ago


Cool. SFPD is going to search my home for having a bottle of raw milk. What a
Nanny State.
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Scrap50007 years ago
WHEN ARE THE SHEEPLE GOING TO WAKE UP??!! A VAST MAJORITY OF
CURRENT GOVERNMENT WORKERS ARE TRAITORS TO THE CONSTITUTION!!
THEY NEED TO BE ARRESTED AND TRIED FOR TREASON!!!
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John7 years ago


Let people drink and eat what they wish
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LarryCook3337 years ago


Extremely well done video. Props!
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Michel de Montaigne7 years ago


This is so strange, its hard to understand really. So absurd.
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zezt7 years ago


@zezt 2--continued) promotes CHEMICALS in foods. THIS is why it is so against
natural foods as they undermine what they are about!!! A big part of the obesity
problem in U.S. etc is these people's promotion of lab-tweaked junk food which is
specifically designed to make people to want to eat more and more of the crap.
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zezt7 years ago
chekout 'history of the FDA' "The Food and Drug Administration is the oldest
comprehensive consumer protection agency in the U. S. federal government. Its
origins can be traced back to the appointment of Lewis Caleb Beck in the Patent
Office around 1848 to carry out chemical analyses of agricultural products, a
function that the newly created Department of Agriculture inherited in 1862." I
have notes somewhere about how it changed its name from a 'CHEMICAL
organization' to coneal the fact it
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Mary O'Grady7 years ago


...DON'T FORGET TO GO TO WALMART WHERE THEY REPORT YOUR SUSPICIOUS
BEHAVIORS (?) BREATHING THE WRONG WAY COULD BE AGAINST THE 5,000
NEW LAWS INSTALLED SINCE WE WERE ATTACKED BY OUR OWN
GOVERNMENT ON 9/11.
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Mary O'Grady7 years ago


@IVoteNone You must be a police officer to believe that. Police intimidation and
OVERKILL is why there has ever been a boiling point reached in any community
since the 1950's.
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Mary O'Grady7 years ago


YEAH IT'S TOO DAMN HEALTHY! THEY HAVE TO MAKE SURE WE ONLY EAT AND
DRINK THEIR GMO, HORMONE FILLED, ASPARTAME RIDDEN, PESTICIDE
INFUSED FAKE "DIE-ET!"
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Theresa Grainger7 years ago


This is crazy!!
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tangospring7 years ago


What the f?!
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intheshitter7 years ago


The terrorists have officially won.
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tyler durden7 years ago


SHould have the right ??? YOU DO HAVE THE RIGHT STAND UP FOR YOUR
EARTH GIVEN RIGHTS FUCK THE GOVERNMENT...me n my friend handed out
papers in school about the s510 bill and people didnt care its like they want to be
controlled while they watch theyre fucking jersey shore
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halleyscomet7 years ago


@shadowgeyser "people have drinken raw milk for CENTURIES" And they've been
getting sick from it for just as long. If you spent much time on a diary farm you
wouldn't be too keen to see the milk shipped out unpasteurized.
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todanp7 years ago


@shadowgeyser Yeah a lot of the time it's people in government protecting other
people in governments jobs. I'm willing to bet that inspectors don't come out to
her farm and Rawesome, and that's a government job being taken away from the
nestle or sealtest plant. To be honest it's nothing new. The government tells us
we can't die if we want to, inhale plant matter if we want and regulates the brew
from rotting fruit.
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Pimpgeist7 years ago


This is an outrage!! Where do they think food comes from?? How did people
before the government stepped in? Better that's how!
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ToyzR4us7 years ago


While this sounds interesting and logical for the dairy, I would really like to hear
from the FDA on why the raids, and what are the concerns of FDA and other
authorities that have for this Raw Foods Dairy from selling there wares.
Regardless of whether the clients sign waivers or no,t if someone should die
from ingesting the Raw Foods, Who would be liable? The dairy farm or the
government for not protecting it's public. I have to say that having drawn guns is
a little much. Good luck.
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Famous Lisa7 years ago


This is silly to have so many people and guns drawn too. Ridiculous. How dare
she not label the cheese correctly. Give me a break already
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chinupcheerup7 years ago


Oh noes! I feel so bad for all these people who now can't drink their delicious
Campylobacter filled milk! Whatever will they do?
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Guy Montag7 years ago


Mark this day. S-510 approved by the Senate this morning!!! Now it's time to see
if Barrack lies about his campiagn promise of not signing it into law for 5 days to
hear form the citizens. Flood the White House with phone calls and e-mails
people!!!!
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un137 years ago


@infidelpuppy Let me know when you can buy a pistol that can take out
helicopters and tanks.
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ThunderPreacher7 years ago


Milk, the food for baby adults. Stop selling that crap, you really don't need it.
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@yakyakyak69 What happens when you squeeze a tomato at the top and
bottom? The resulting explosion is anarchy and those in power at the top make
soup. We're the tomato and the fruits of our labor will be used to make the elite's
soup. Who are the elite? Read: "The Creature from Jekyl Island" Who are their
cronies? Just ask "who backs the Fed and supports too big to fail Corporate
Welfare" and you'll have your answer. Who are we? Watch: "The Philosophy of
Liberty" on YouTube!
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@hannas1234 NO! Most people who are crying out for Anarchy are simply
manipulated "useful idiots" of the elite who understand that Anarchy always
leads to a concentration of money & power when the people cry out for the elite
to restore order. Top down, bottom up, inside out power grab Elites squeeze from
the top with redistribution & regulation causing employers to offshore, people
dependent on gov't., currency collapse Useful Idiots squeeze from the bottom
demanding "hope & change".
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2Sucubi1Chalice7 years ago


@Bristecom I may have been killed but so would have a few of the criminals
invading my private property and it would be them that would look like criminals
and terrorist for being evil and stupid enought to shoot and kill some one over
milk.
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Jim Nichols7 years ago


Commiefornia sheeple will never learn, because they choose to do nothing about
these boot-jack Nazi thugs that run our Gov... tyrants are nothing more then
bullies, grown ups.... The Jews taught us a lesson yet we allow history to repeat
over and over... either shed blood or stop whining....... The Huk
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Dan Buczek7 years ago
Thanks for putting this together. Sad to say but many of our law enforcement
people are not qualified to do the work they do! Google my name Dan Buczek and
learn more why I say this!
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Jarobulian7 years ago


Did you all notice something not mentioned before? Look cloesly at all the people
in the background. The customers. And some of the workers. The MAJORITY of
them are NOT overweight. They eat and drink un-chemicaled food and they are
the polar opposite of the obesity problems with the rest of America. Hey, even
the Amish drink raw milk and eat un-processed foods all the time. They little to
no obesity or any medical problems and are strong as an ox. WAKE UP! The gov
wants you weak!
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@shadowgeyser Correct! This is how the "political class" concentrates power and
of course power corrupts and this is REALLY bad when that power includes the
power to arrest, fine, imprison or even execute people. Businesses can do NONE
of these things. Collectivism is a Mental Disorder of the Peter Pan forever
children.
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@hannas1234 NO gov't (anarchy) always leady to Oligarch when the people cry
out for a "strong leader" and his cadre of "close friends" to restore order so your
quesition is dumb. Watch: "The American Form of Government" and "The
Philosophy of Liberty" then ask me a question that makes sense.
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@hannas1234 Are you referring to laws made by elected legislature or are you
referring to the tens of thousands of "regulations" made by unelected
bureaucrats? You DO understand that the Bill of Rights were enacted to AMEND
ambiguity in the Commerce & General Welfare clauses because the Federalists
realized that power naturally concentrates and corrupts thus it must be widely
distributed to limit that concentration & corruption, right? You HAVE recently read
the Bill of Rights, right?
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@shadowgeyser Then why did you direct me to an article that advocates getting
rid of the FDA altogether? Plus: shame on you for accusing me of wanting to
settle right after I write about being willing to fix the FDA...
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Mango Swiss7 years ago


"Nutrition is not a private matter!'" - Hitler Youth health manual.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@AlabamaLimaBeans Yes, the mentally ill and mentally retarded CAN enter into
legally-binding contracts. But my point was more along the lines of the long
continuum of people's mental capabilities. Because of the bell curve, most
Americans would be classified as at or below 'average intelligence.' As our
government was given the task of providing for the "general welfare," it is
supposed to protect even those of low intelligence. You don't have to run away
just 'cause you're losing...
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@shadowgeyser (cont) but they aren't weeding out every drug that has side
effects altogether. Prescription drugs use is supposed to be monitored by
liscenced physicians, too, in order to cut down the risk -- are doctors murderers
when they lose patients? I am not trying to say the FDA is perfect or above
corruption. I agree that specific issues (like inappropriately aggressive or
dangerous enforcement) should be addressed, but even you agree that it's better
than NO FDA at all...
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@shadowgeyser The FDA (knowing you can't allow yourself to agree) does
employ experts on food safety. They *are* authorities. But while I (with no
training in this field) might appeal to their authority, that doesn't make the word
science an appeal to authority. Also, I read Bill Sardi's "The FDA Kills" and he
appears to be calling the FDA murderers (though not of millions) by presenting
evidence that they are slow to act. They may be inefficient -- run by humans, after
all -- (more)
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@shadowgeyser Now, when you say third-world conditions, what do you mean?
Do you mean the absence of a competent regulatory agency like that of the U.S.?
And without such an agency, how can we know that bowl-sharing isn't going on
with these hippies -- not the most sanitary group, after all. They probably all have
hepatitis from the piercings.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@shadowgeyser I await evidence supporting your claim of millions of dead at the
hands of the FDA with baited breath. ...and, "science?" In quotes like that? Oh, my.
You *must* be one of them.
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TheLegalImmigrant057 years ago


@JOSHMULLENMUSIC Absolutely. Unless they violate other people's persons or
property, I don't care what they ingest (as long as I am not forced to pay for their
medical care of course). Plus, legalization would create competition, thereby
destroying the insane profit margins on drugs and eliminating almost all crime
around them.
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JOSHMULLENMUSIC7 years ago


@TheLegalImmigrant05 Well for the true definition of freedom, yes even if it's
meth. It's hard for me personally to think a drug like meth should be legal, but my
idea of freedom is do whatever you want, unless in infringes on someone else.
So eat meth if you want, but don't steal car stereos because your an addict.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@zeeduk Did you know that the U.S., with the biggest food industry in the world,
has the lowest rate of E. coli contamination? Strange isn't it? Take a little trip to
Mexico and try their non-"industry" milk... if you're brave enough. You guys can't
just buy into these conspiracy theories because they appeal to you emotionally --
you should check out the facts first. By the way, the word 'natural', in and of itself,
is meaningless. Lead is all-natural, as are belladonna and arsenic.
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zeeduk7 years ago
@ageinGamer and you think Industry milk is "safe" ..hahahaha you need to get an
education..check out the big blow up about the crap they are putting into
"industry" milk..people can buy raw milk and pasturize it themselves....I grew up
on it..and Im still around 40+ years later..dont be a sheep (follower) just because
the FDA says its safe doesnt mean it is..look at all the recalls throughout
history...I try and eat as little "industry" food as is possible..natural is the way to
go...
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TheLegalImmigrant057 years ago


@CRAPCANNONS Colbert is an asshat.
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TheLegalImmigrant057 years ago


@MCAGCC1 It's the Jooooooos!!!!!!!! Asshat.
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TheLegalImmigrant057 years ago


@JOSHMULLENMUSIC "People should be able to eat whatever they want without
getting arrested. It's raw milk not meth. " - In fact, even if it's meth.
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Jon Hunter7 years ago


This is why John Galt did what he did.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@shadowgeyser Again, the fact that you can get people to consent to putting
their health at risk isn't an argument for putting people's health at risk. Hurting
someone is still bad even if you're perfectly honest about it. But there's more to it
than that: the raw-fooders ARE lying to people. They reject science and spread
unfounded conspiracy theories. They're flat-earthers, man. But at least a flat-
earther won't give you botulism.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@shadowgeyser No, but if you think Tom Green is to be emulated, maybe you
should be...
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jack m7 years ago


The food industry is obviously trying to nip this trend in the bud before they are
threatened with competition. Welcome to third world America. The United
Corporations of America.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@NSpinkpalace It is reasonable to have laws protecting consumers from
careless, lazy, or cheap producers who put people at risk by ignoring science-
based precautions. Look, if you want to buy a cow and suckle directly from her
teat, be my guest. but if you want to sell to the general public, it has to be safe.
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NSpinkpalace7 years ago
@ageinGamer What's reasonable about this law?
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NSpinkpalace7 years ago


@shadowgeyser That is exactly what it is. Also alternative food supplies are
being shut down in preparation for the impending collapse of society.
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NSpinkpalace7 years ago


"involved".
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esnap7 years ago


Ok, now have you hippies had enough gubment intrusion yet? Go to a Tea Praty
rally. Get envolved and let's take our country back @TheSitRep
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Claressa Ellinger7 years ago


No wonder I refuse to visit the state I was born and raised in, the California
officials are way out of line. The government was set up to serve the people not
put a choke hold on them. So what is next, the police busting into the home of a
mother who is breast feeding her new born baby and not feeding the baby factory
formula. Shame on everyone who participated in violating the rights of the law
abiding citizens.
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Tiffany Daluria7 years ago


Isn't it amazing that we can we can eat the crap from any fast food restaurant in
the world but we can't comsume something that is healthy or home grown... It all
comes down to money. This is not about our safety. People~ please speak up,
tell the government what you want. It's the least we can do as citizens on the
USA.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@AlabamaLimaBeans I hope that by putting yourself in the shoes of a loved one
of someone with (or sufferer of) mental illness or mental retardation you would
have a bit more compassion. Anyway, if you're dreaming of a libertarian paradise
where big government doesn't tell anyone what to do and there's absolutely no
nanny state, I suggest Somalia. If, on the other hand, you want to stay in the
civilized world with working infrastructure, etc., then you have to put up with
reasonable laws.
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@hannas1234 There is a HUGE difference between "guidance and leadership"
and a Socialist-Fascist gov't using the force of law backedup by arms enforcing
laws that punish with fines & imprisonment. If YOU don't understand that
difference, then YOU are NOT a "libertarian" but a "liberal " bully, a Hyupocritical
Elitist Statist Fascist who thinks you are better than others who must be FORCED
to obey because "... the vast majority of people need guidance and leadership.."
YOU are Tyranny!
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evor507 years ago
@zmelli
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evor507 years ago


@zmelli. That is simply not true. I have worked for years as a large animal vet,
and treated many hundreds of cows with mastitis -> producing milk containing
pus, that obviously make their milk unfit for consumption. It has nothing to do
with whether they are grass or corn fed. Mastitis is caused by bacteria, many of
them also harmful to humans (and calves), like Salmonella, E coli, Staf aureus,
and is prevented by proper hygienic milking routines, and treated with the correct
antibioticum.
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beautiflywings7 years ago


Seriously? This is what I pay taxes for? Leave these people alone!!! Let the small
business prosper! Let the farmer prosper! It's the AMERICAN WAY! What the
government is doing is completely against the American dream. (BTW, does
anybody know, was that Jeremy Jackson @0:51?)
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zmelli7 years ago


@Bellybusterr I agree that Raw milk from a commerical Farm would be Bad.
Animals that are fed grass would have good Milk. It is the soy and corn fed Cows
that become sick that produce bad Milk.
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Eric Junai Fincke7 years ago


@hannas1234 You are referring to democracy.
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Eric Junai Fincke7 years ago


@ProdigalSonofLiberty You might have some support for that. Some argue that if
California dropped the US currency for a new CA Dollar we would be back up in
the top 10 economies of the world in no time. Another suggestion is to VAT tax
all goods passing through Ports of LA and Oakland...pretty much everything you
wear, watch and likely buy form Asia passes through. Welcome home son.
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Eric Junai Fincke7 years ago


@infidelpuppy Actually balls are the inoculation. But guns might help. God bless
RAWSOME.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@AlabamaLimaBeans If that waiver carries one jot, one iota of legal weight in a
court of law, I owe you five bucks. If I were able to talk people into signing a
waiver to let me shoot them in the head saying that they understand that I am
going to shoot them in the head and that being shot in the head carries a high
risk of immediate death, and I then shoot them in the head --- I'm still going to jail.
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zmelli7 years ago


@Bellybusterr I drink Raw Goats Milk from my own Goat. All milk was consumed
Raw up until the Farmers wanted to sell it to the Masses. Breast Milk is raw,
guess Woman will need to start heating up their Breast to 160 Deg for 5 min
before feeding. Now Raw meat, not into that!
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causticapocolypse7 years ago


@causticapocolypse but these commie hippies will have no where to hide in their
food cops and farms.
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causticapocolypse7 years ago


what a fucking joke. freedom? this is where youre tax dollars go. The FBI
estimates that in 2009, more than 30% of criminal homicides went unsolved.
Nearly 60% of forcible rapes, more than 70% of robberies, more than 40% of
aggravated assaults, and nearly 90% of burglaries and motor vehicle thefts went
unsolved.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@AlabamaLimaBeans And how is selling tainted food not infringing on another
person's life? Consumer protection is all about the fact that people can't always
make an informed choice about the things that might harm them. These hippies
are trying to profit from the lie that raw food is somehow better for you than the
food humanity evolved while eating -- and worked hard to clean. If they want to
prey on gullible people, there must be rules.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@JOSHMULLENMUSIC I agree it's silly -- which is why I suspect we aren't getting
the full story.
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singinsam007 years ago
No wonder California's broke!
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JOSHMULLENMUSIC7 years ago


@ageinGamer I understand your argument, but this is not a grocery store open to
the public. It is a membership only, private club where people sign waivers. If an
18 year old can smoke cigarettes which actually are sold to the public than they
should also be allowed to drink raw milk. This idea that this small, surely under
1000 customer business needs raided with guns drawn is silly. All of this could
have been handled with some lawyers.
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empie457 years ago


@enotdetcelfer They have bought off.
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empie457 years ago


"They " are attacking USA citizans for every thing we hold dear. Food, protecting
ourselves, and anything they want, when they want. Land of the free ???
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ageinGamer7 years ago


@JOSHMULLENMUSIC But people should not be allowed to sell dangerous
products to the public. If the FDA is abusing their authority, they should be
stopped -- but I'm not completely convinced they are by this obviously one-sided
video.
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JOSHMULLENMUSIC7 years ago


@ageinGamer People should be able to eat whatever they want without getting
arrested. It's raw milk not meth. Whether the "science" is out shouldn't matter. It's
milk.
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ageinGamer7 years ago


The science is not 'out' on raw food -- there's no particular benefit to it. This may
be the worst reporting I've ever seen. I might agree that the drawn guns were an
abuse of power (if I felt I had all the facts), but consumer protection agencies
can't all be vilified because of some bad practices.
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nightflight837 years ago


@enotdetcelfer Truth is, today's "liberals" are only liberal about fucking and
marijuana. Everything else they are dyed-in-the-wool statists.
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leafgrrl7 years ago


@MCAGCC1 that is incredibly offensive! I'm so glad I don't live in America with
idiots like you!
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leafgrrl7 years ago


the gov't needs to stop people from selling harmful substances like that. like it or
not, we need gov't because people are too stupid to govern themselves.
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quietfocus7 years ago


@enotdetcelfer ....word
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Sara Stenger7 years ago


No raids yet on Ajinomoto.
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Miss HG7 years ago


wonderful vid x
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@hannas1234 Elitist is telling others what to do with thier own lives and own
bodies "for their own good". Stop being both an elitist AND a hypocrite! Those
who give up a liberty for security receive neither because elitist hypocrites LIKE
YOU don't know when to stop "helping others" against their will. Yes, I understand
that you can't help being stupid, but ignorance IS curable. Watch: "The Philosophy
of Liberty" and "The American Form of Government" here on YouTube and learn!
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GypsyBlue Nomads7 years ago


WE must let our voices be heard it is our body and our mind we are soveirned
humans not robots controlled by the goverment and corporations. Great video,
stand up and be heard.
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asphyxiafeeling7 years ago


I'LL TAKE LIBERTY + PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY OVER NANNY STATISM ANY
DAY!
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doc74747 years ago


U.S.A. - of,for, and by the corporations It's pretty clear this is about some
corporation trying to protect it's own self interest(money). Thanks for posting
this.
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rsjonesco7 years ago


One word: Freedom.
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Yebache7 years ago


@UtherPendragan Totally true Uther. Illegal drugs are a go, but raw milk, that's
just crossing the line. No pun intended.
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UtherPendragan7 years ago


Hey lets tell the Feds that illegal aliens are carrying raw milk across the southern
border.
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Bitter Clinger7 years ago


There are a couple things that you just don't mess with.... a person's FOOD is one
of them.
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KA Persona7 years ago


The united states government is ultimately controlled by fascist pigs that want
nothing more then to have a country of slaves that are too dumb to even think for
themselves. Eating healthy expands your mind and awareness of things that are
artificial. We are HUmans that are a part of nature and not some piece of metal
or concrete. We need only foods that nature provides with no people involved.
They want to feed you poison and have you be ok with it. Disgusting.
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ProdigalSonofLiberty7 years ago


I hate California so much... can we please just kick them out of the Union?!?!?
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Kristen Walker7 years ago
the adults buying the milk knew it was raw milk and still purchased it they knew
or had heard the risks and made the choice for themselves and or their families
and that is their right!, what next raiding places that sell high fat food because it
is known to be bad for you when consumed on a regular basis. We the people of
the United States need to be treated like children and protected from anything
that might hurt us! Lets also ban adults crossing the street with out holding
hands with someon
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newyorkairsoft7 years ago


@enotdetcelfer liberals aren't anti government because they think it's just an
accident and they can sort it out, that a big big government will one day be very
efficient and it won't happen again. You know, just like domestic violence, but
Johnny really loves you, the fist to the face and kick to the butt really were just
ways of saying I luv ya honey, now get me a sandwich. Also it's just Bush's fault.
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MilkDrinkerIntl7 years ago


@dreamdewil Oh... please shut the fuck up! I'm 21 and since I was 2 months I
drank only milk that wasn't pasteurized! I never had a single problem in my life...
nor did my brother or anybody in my family! More so I'm one of the healthiest
person I know (never got sick, never had any kind of health problems... and also I
never took any kind of medication, vaccines and so on) You compare the use of a
fridge with the preservatives? LOL
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Opacid Krash7 years ago


@enotdetcelfer Because they are the government.
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sugarkang7 years ago
Your point is taken REASON. The bigger problem is the police drawing their
goddamn guns.
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sugarkang7 years ago


The problem is not laws against raw foods. Common sense dictates that in the
modern world, some regulation is needed. Why? Because of ease of transport,
and interconnectedness of commerce, disease can be spread EASILY. No? Haiti
is suffering from a cholera outbreak from SOUTHEAST ASIA. So you see the
problem is the fucking police state. FUCK THE POLICE.
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hesh27 years ago


Humans shouldn't be dringking milk anyway! You don't see dogs drinking cats
milk. Stick to clean water fruits & vegetables before they take them away also
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Loathomar7 years ago


Why even the "American Citizen" and not just Employment Inspections. The
inspections could also check for health and safety and child labor. The fact the
people opposing such inspections would miss label it at "raids" is a very poor
reason to start up miss labeling it your self. Though, I think you would get far less
objection from "illegal supporters" if you focused on the employers and not the
employers. The main objection to anti illegals laws is that is ends up attack
citizens too
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jnjnelson7 years ago
@MirageScience Thank you for the advice. However, I will only chill when
government protects my freedom instead of infringing on it. Sitting around doing
nothing and saying nothing when someone suggests limiting freedom, even in
sarcasm, is exactly what causes the complacency and the resultant government
tyranny. Sit around chilling if you want to, but I won't.
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robhdg7 years ago


@hannas1234 especially the slavery laws. we should've all obeyed those. oh, and
the jim crow laws, alcohol prohibition and my personal favorite, the patriot act.
after all, all laws are good laws, right?
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Mirage7 years ago


@robhdg It was sarcasm, I'm an anarchist. Personally I hope they screw up so
hard that government destroyed seeing as people aren't willing to get rid of it now
as is.
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Mirage7 years ago


@jnjnelson Take a chill pill I'm not saying they should outlaw food I'm saying they
shouldn't outlaw raw milk. I'm an anarchist using some sarcasm. Have a seat.
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Sünje Kurtis7 years ago


these are the same people who demand more Federal involvement in private
lives, unless it hurts their hippie ways.
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Loathomar7 years ago


@MrWatchdawg77 Then call it not "raid". This raw milk crap was a "raid", not an
inspections. Inspections for hiring illegals seems very reasonable, but 10 guys
with guns drawn is stupid. Check the people and the paper work, if the employer
is hiring illegals knowingly have a big fine and possible jail time, if the employer is
hiring illegals with knowing a small fine that would increase with repeat offences.
The government should also make is easier for employers to know who they are
hiring.
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Loathomar7 years ago


@adelyn123 illegals don't get welfare, that is a stupid lie. If an illegal have a child
that is a legal US citizen, then they can get help for the child, but not for them
self. You stop the jobs and you stop the reason illegals come there. Unlike what
the moronic Republican sound chamber tells you, that is to work. They make 5
times as much working under the table labor jobs then they would if they stayed
in there county, so they come here.
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ibecolin7 years ago


@dmcoxe that wouldn't happen if the government didn't interfere with healthcare
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dmcoxe7 years ago


I'm all for telling government to back off on restricting what we can eat as long as
people will agree that government will not be responsible for taking care of them
when they get sick from something they eat, whether it is natural food or
processed food.
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@hannas1234 Don't be stupid. We need to get rid of ALL laws that tell people
what to do with their own lives or their own bodies as long as they are NOT
harming others. If someone is harmed, then the right to sue for damages still
exists. When will "liberals" STOP hating liberty and leave people alone? NEVER!
Power corrupts and THAT is what happens when Statists like the National
Socialists (NAZIS) and Collectivist Socialists (Communists) end up using gov't to
kill MILLIONS
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yakyakyak697 years ago


Comply OR ELSE! National Socialists (NAZIS)
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VengerDFW7 years ago


When governments at all levels get too large, they stop serving the people, and
start serving themselves. We have replaced the governing of men with the
administration of things.
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4lifejackhammer7 years ago


Of course, liberals will make it legal for women to kill babies in the womb, but for
every individual to choose what they can and cannot eat; well, that's just going to
far!!! Lack of reason.
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4lifejackhammer7 years ago


to anyone saying "oh, it's not healthy, we can't let you have it,"...Is that really the
United States? No; it does not hurt you that people sell raw foods labeled as raw
foods.
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johnycannuk7 years ago


Well I don't care if "its how nature provides it" - mature provides botulism as well.
There are some things I personally would not eat raw. That being said, if YOU
want to, fill your boots. It neither breaks my leg nor picks my pocket. That gun
drawn government agents destroyed private property and prevent people from
doing something that harms no one is the greatest travesty, whether I agree with
their lifestyle or not.
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krum3697 years ago


Americas going to hell, if you where smart you'd find another country to live in,
not including Europe.
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donotswallow7 years ago


...only the outlaws will drink raw milk.
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blunty gagnon7 years ago


How come all the people at the raw foods place were white? No wonder Obama
wants to raid them.
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ZombieX137 years ago


....California
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asalade7 years ago


@enotdetcelfer Well, most 'liberals' are actually Social Engineers--often self
proclaimed intellectuals--who want to use government to shape the world
according to their definition of what liberal is, which can almost be anything
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onvogmasaj7 years ago


thats not James Stewart.
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UnderseaCaveman7 years ago


Makes the GOV sound like a bunch a VIKING BARBARIANS!!!
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Northern Jackalope7 years ago


Shake down.
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Bernard Chapin7 years ago


I have to say REASON picks some amazingly interesting topics. Great stuff.
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CaliforniaArchitect7 years ago


When the county claims that Rawesome has illegal structures on their property,
which may not be the case, that is the same tactic cities use to shut down legal,
but seedy strip clubs. The county will do whatever they can, or make up whatever
they can as an excuse to shut them down.
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silvercoin11117 years ago


Unbelievable!
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b07rivera7 years ago


I may be a Conservative Libertarian, but I would like to move to an Air Force base
there, work as a Clinical psychologist in the miltary. And over there, in my spare
become part of the Libertarian Conversative/Ron Paul supporters over there. And
Protest & proudly defend the Contitutions from these dickhead collectivist nanny
candidates & neocons as well
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enotdetcelfer7 years ago


why more liberals aren't anti government is beyond my comprehension...
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blurglide7 years ago


"Raw food" is bullshit, but only about 5% BS compared to the amount of BS it
takes to RAID them. Ridiculous.
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hanzo1387 years ago


WTF California? WTF???
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kev3d7 years ago


@adelyn123 That is a good point, hippies do tend to vote for collectivist nanny
state candidates. Its funny how many left wingers will attack mcdonalds for
"peddling poison" because of "greed" and applaud when, say, San Fran effectively
bans the Happy Meal, but when their lawful, voluntary (probably profitable)
enterprise gets raided for "health" reasons, then it is gross abuse of power (which
it is). I think libertarians are the only ones consistent on these issues.
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kev3d7 years ago
@jetrpg22 Thats basically it isn't it? If you took someone from 1955 and brought
them to 2010 the logical conclusion would be "Huh, I guess we lost the cold
war..." Why did we fight the tyranny of communism and fascism only to have the
government grow beyond all reasonable bounds as to have it intrude not only in
our pockets, but commanding and the point of a gun how we should feed
ourselves.
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Bonstergirl7 years ago


@adelyn123 Sorry I wasn't more clear the first time. Next time I'll remember to
copy what I'm replying to in my message...unless I forget!
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jetrpg227 years ago


@kev3d You don't understand people are stupid, we have to tell them what they
can and cannot do, otherwise they all kill themselves and poorly educate
themselves. Save the US, tell everyone what to do and what not to do. If they
don't listen fine, arrest, in-prison, or/and shoot them until they get in line. If this
sounds crazy -- why do you let it happen everyday in the US? Wake up America.
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MWChase7 years ago


How do the cops that come in guns drawn not feel like total idiots raiding a place
for raw milk? If I were a cop I would feel like my career is a joke for something
like that.
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JoeRyMi7 years ago


This is why I make it my mission to inform everyone I know about Reason. Great
job shinning a light on the things that no one else will.
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kev3d7 years ago


@Hamandchees3 Raw milk, in your words "confers NO extra benefits to
pasteurized milk." According to whom? Did you ever stop to consider that
perhaps some people just might prefer the taste? Whole milk has a lot of
unneeded fat and skim is a "beneficial" alternative...but you know what? Skim
milk doesn't taste the same. Here's a radical idea.... people ought to be in charge
of THEMSELVES.
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Bonstergirl7 years ago


@adelyn123 Oh, I see. You thought I was saying that there should be a fridge or
freezer. That is not what I was saying. I was replying to someone who implied
that if they were truly being "natural" they wouldn't have a fridge or freezer. Does
that clear things up?
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Bonstergirl7 years ago


@adelyn123 Yeah, I saw it. What's your point?
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Loathomar7 years ago


@j3znz Cutting, washing, jarring, labeling. It is a strange kitchen, no stove or oven,
would be my guess.
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Loathomar7 years ago


Raiding for illegal aliens is generally stupid and costly. You want to stop illegal
immigration, stop those who hire illegal aliens. Look at it through the eyes of an
illegal aliens, you have nothing, you come to the US for a better life, it the US
government gets you, they send you home and you have nothing again. The worst
case is a zero sum gain. That isn't change anything, but it well over the US $30K
per alien. Attack the owners that hires illegals, and they have much to lose and its
cheap.
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FSBlueapocalypse7 years ago


I think Raw Milk is and it's supposed "benefits" are a bunch of BS. However, I'll be
damned if the government is going to make it illegal for others to drink it.
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truvelocity7 years ago


The government makes loads of money off of milk subsidies that they are in
charge of. Raw milk has a shorter shelf life, so they don't want to lose money.
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Bonstergirl7 years ago


@Hamandchees3 Well, appeals to natural rights and libertarian ideals is certainly
an argument for me. This is America--the land of the free and the home of the
brave. If you want the the government to tell you what you can and can't do, move
to some other country. We here in America want to live our own lives like the
adults we are!
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Bonstergirl7 years ago
@j3znz I'm not sure what all they're selling, but if they're making things like yogurt
and cheeze, they'd need a kitchen to do it in. They probably also use the kitchen
to pour the milk and honey into the jars. While it's true that nature doesn't provide
a refridgerator or a freezer, those are necessary to keep the food fresh. After all,
their customers are not able to drink directly from the cow. Even pastuerized milk
is kept in the fridge.
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago


@Hamandchees3 Final thoughts. ReasonTV is a libertarian organization. Their
argumanr was not about the food (which has caused no harm) but about the
"authorities" doing harm to people without probable cause. If you'd like to discuss
that, we can. But otherwise, this argument should conclude. I'll beover to your
place with the ASPCA to protect your cat soon.
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago


@Hamandchees3 Okay, we can wrap this up: "There is no widespread illness
BECAUSE its being squashed" Samonila and eggs, Samonila and Peanut Butter,
Ecoli and Spinach. Your argument is proven wrong. "unscientific product that can
only cause harm" No proof it has. When it does, go get them. "The north
american comerical food system requires oversight" I picked Blueberries from
my garden. No oversight and Rawsome hasn't gotten anybody ill, so you are
wrong again.
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ArmitageX7 years ago


I should have the right to put whatever in my body I want, especially if its milk.
This is more of the nanny state crap California is famous for. I can't believe
anyone would want to live in a state like this.
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REWHBLCAIN7 years ago


What? No ICE police.
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Sam7 years ago


@hoppinglark I like the idea of raw milk being a method of pasteurizing humanity,
as it were. However your examples aren't convincing. Cigarettes don't have a safe
identical substitute, and banning them thus creates a black market. Raw milk is
not analogous to raw fish. In this context, the "cooking" is not making substantial
chemical changes, its killing superficial organisms. I didn't understand the
ethanol example.
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JETZcorp7 years ago


I just noticed something. Whenever a female is on-camera talking about the
benefits of some sort of natural or organic diet, their hair blows into their mouth.
Seriously, like, every single time. Now, I don't agree with this business involving
raw and organic foods. I think it's just another sign that people are irrationally
afraid of things they don't understand. Amazing how many people you can get to
sign petitions to ban dihidrogen monoxide. But naive and illegal should be
separate!
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Sam7 years ago


@getnick77 "Why shouldn't I have the freedom to get sick on stuff that I want?"
Why should you? Do you actually believe this kind of normative language can be
firmly grounded? I've already said: I want to ban it because it is dangerous to the
public and confers NO extra benefits to pasteurized milk. I want it banned for the
exact same reason I want listeria infected meat to be banned. I'm fine with
eliminating most subsidies but its a complicated issue. I recommend Food
Politics by Paarlberg
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Stuart Torres7 years ago


Why can you guys sue this fuckers???
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Thom Holliday7 years ago


I would never believe that raw food is actually any better for you - it's not for me -
but to tell people what they can and can't eat? That is stupid. Just because you
don't agree with something, or believe that something is wrong, doesn't mean you
should stop those who enjoy it.
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Nick Tanzillo7 years ago


@hansonslee thats not the point! its just consenting people and parties doing
what they want to do. they sign waivers for christ sake! which is basically saying
"society does not accept this, you and me do, so i will be taboo with you" they are
not trying to prove anything. different people want to do different things, if they
understand and know, but dont care about the consequences, (or there are no
real consequences) who is ANYONE to say otherwise?
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icemilitia7 years ago


This makes my blood boil...
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icemilitia7 years ago


Utopia is one more regulation away....
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Sam7 years ago


@bsabruzzo There is no widespread illness BECAUSE its being squashed. I'm not
going to argue with you any more because you're defending an unscientific
product that can only cause harm. I have no principled objection to paternalism in
governments or to directly limitted consumer choice (even though I don't think
this is doing that, in this case) so your appeals to negative rights and libertarian
sentiment aren't a sufficient argument. The north american comerical food
system requires oversight.
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Nick Tanzillo7 years ago


hmmmmm.....why? let me take a guess and say Sharon does not take Gov't
subsidies for her farm. so then it become a issue of we can not control output
(we give you $, so you produce what we tell you) thus cannot dictate to
individuals. and are forced to continue to loathe people being free.
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago


@bsabruzzo Save the cat from this evil man. I know he is looking for another way
to skin a cat. He is evil. So, under your logic, I can now invade your home to
protect any humans near you and lock you up because harming animals is a
precursor to being a serial killer.
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago


@Hamandchees3 Part 2b - Okay, you don't have to follow the rights given to us
by "natures god", but you are not allowed to violate other's rights. But until you
actually have an instance of harm, you have no power to stop this and gov't has
no authority to. If I can "protect" a person before there is actual proof of harm,
then I can invade other nations because I saw a nazi or enter your home because
I think you might harm your cat, even if you dont have a cat. I'll be over in the
morning
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago


@Hamandchees3 Part 2 - Fallacy: replacing pasturized milk with raw milk. That
would only happed until it reaches the boundaries of "safe", then either a new
farm opens or people drink processed milk. That's how real lik]fe works until "I-
know-better-that-yous" interviene. - Gov't is only allowed to get involved when
there is an actual threat. Currently there is none. Nobody's ill. Fed-gov is also not
suppossed to get involved in hindering commerce, just promoting it.
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago


@Hamandchees3 Let's take this part by part: - You define the reason for
pasturization to make it last over long distance. That won't go away in cities, so
that's solved. - You say it would expand. Well, my God I am shocked that more
people might be interested in joining a club. Oh no, how do we stop people from
doing what they choose to? How do we become the administrator or their
mommies, so they don't have to thinks? We don't.
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Sam7 years ago


@bsabruzzo part 2 If you replace the conventional milk being distributed right
now with raw milk you *will* see widespread outbreaks of preventable diseases.
A government has a role in protecting consumer safety and maintaining the
integrity of national distribution infrastructures. I don't know whose "rights" we're
violating, but rights arguments are just one thing to consider. Unless you're a
deontologist or natural rights believer, which I'm neither, it's hardly a be-all end-all
point.
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Sam7 years ago


@bsabruzzo The reason raw milk would be dangerous if it were legal is because
it would potentially expand out of a niche market for foodies and organic-idiots.
Raw milk *can* be safe short term, but the national food transportation system
depends on milk not going bad for a decently long period of time. Pasteurization
kills deadly bacteria; raw milk might be potentially safe in careful hands, but
killing the bacteria only makes sure the product is safe.
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ForTehNguyen7 years ago


damn FDA better ban some sushi next. SAVE ME GOVT from foods I am not
forced to eat
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago


@Hamandchees3 No, are you? - And if the milk is cared for properly and
consumed within a sertain period of time, it is safe. And Goat's Milk is nearly
identical to human milk, yet you drink Cow's Milk. - Okay, show me the ill people
from this place. Now show me those who got sick without agreeing to knowingly
drink the milk. - I was making a point. If you think my comments are retarded, you
must think yours are brain-dead. Especially since you missed the last sentance.
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago
@Hamandchees3 And back to the original question I asked. If a person wanted
to drink hemlock, who are we to stop them. They aren't going out to harm others
with this act. If a person wishes to eat sugar, transfats, greesy burgers or drink
raw eggs before running up the steps of some building in Philidelphia (Eye of the
Tiger), what say does anybody but that person have? If an 80-year old guy wants
to jusmp out of planes or swim the English Channel, so what?
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago


@Hamandchees3 1) Banning something is actually making a HUGE change to
consumer choice by removing a choice. Violation of a right. 2) I see your point.
Under the US Constitution, you must show proof that the child is in danger before
going after the parents. So, which child became ill? Pre-emptive action with no
proof is a violation of a right. 3) "Down with breats feeding?" Show the proof
before you act, my friend. And who made you superior to God? I'd like to meet
that being.
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Sam7 years ago


@bsabruzzo Are you a retard? -Breast milk is safe, sure. But for this to be an
argument we'd have to drink raw milk from the cows teet. The problem is the
bacteria that is exposed to milk in an manure'd environment, and which multiply
without sterilization. -Category error. We ban raw milk not because it's raw, but
because its dangerous. No one ever said its dangerous just because its raw.
-More retardation. Chemical nomenclateur is just words. Want to know the
molecules of an apple?
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Bitter Clinger7 years ago


These people are a threat to Obama's good buddies from Monsanto. They want
complete control over everything we eat and drink..... will we move that line in the
sand back or will we challenge them?
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Sam7 years ago


@bsabruzzo Why shouldn't we? 1 If you agree that it is a product with an identical
substitute, only the substitute is safer and healthier, then banning it is making no
significant change to consumer choice. 2 Further, while it's one thing for an adult
to voluntarily put their health at risk for no tangible benefit, banning it is an
important step to protecting childern who *aren't* in a position of power or
choice. 3 to the extent that raw milk has such externalities we're obliged to act
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skepticallypwnd7 years ago


Actually the science is IN. Raw milk is just fucking stupid and unhealthy.
However, if some people want to choose to consume unhealthy and even
dangerous food then that should be up to them and not the government!
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago


To those people who are stuck on the "raw food is bad" thing: you are really
missing the point. But okay, let's examine... - We give our infants raw milk all the
time, calling it better for you. - We always say that fruits and vegetables are good
for us. As I understand it, they are raw. - Try this for one week, only eat foods that
contain things an average 5 year old can pronounce. By the way, I love junk food
and well done meat, just so you know I'm not a raw food guy, but still...
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago
@Hamandchees3 That may be, but who are we to tell somebody who wants to
drink it not to?
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Benjamin Abruzzo7 years ago


This is the type of thing the A-Team would come in to stop... the corupt gov't
harrassing the innocent farmer. Is there a lawsuit in here someplace? Where's the
ACLU or whatever other "civil rights" organization? I just don't get it. CA has so
many real problems, but they choose to do this?
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Lord Hawkeye7 years ago


@blogegog Yeah, cause everyone knows police carry guns purely as a fashion
statement... Idiot...
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hoosherdaddy7 years ago


You know CA its your own dog gone fault. you elect the people who think they
know better then you. You want to have a say in what you eat, then vote the
jackasses out, and become the free state you used to be.
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1974cpdmm7 years ago


It is only going to get worse as time goes on...
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DarcPrynce7 years ago
Ah yes... the FOOD NAZIS! How's that "hope and change" workin' out for ya?
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Sam7 years ago


Raw milk is an idiotic movement based on false and pseudoscientific premises.
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Keyaneth7 years ago


@rdhayes06 My grandparents are dairy farmers. It's really good. It's really creamy
because it's raw. It kind of ruins drinking the stuff they sell at grocery stores. The
milk from the store tastes chalky(that's the best I could come up with) compared
to the raw stuff.
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kev3d7 years ago


This is an important and timely video. Just think about it...guns drawn....over milk
people WANT to buy. But on a lighter note, anyone notice that the guy at :52
bears a striking resemblance to Jeremy Jackson AKA Hobie Buchannon from
Baywatch?
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kev3d7 years ago


@blogegog Those "hippies" are hero capitalists for selling what some people
want. They even go a step further and have a waiver. I'll wager that Alcohol kills
far more than raw milk, as do cars, cigarettes, construction equipment, kitchen
knives, swimming pools and slippery bathtubs. So you can cram your fascist
nanny state.
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TCBeads7 years ago


"Private" has lost all meaning in Amerika.
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llamalord1117 years ago


Ugh that raw food crap is annoying and unhealthy, but seriously? The gov. has no
business people what they can and can't put in their own bodies.
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MagicMono107 years ago


Regardless of what you think about raw food diets as a whole, the government
should just stay out of people's lives. Better yet, just get rid of the government.
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watcherjohnny7 years ago


Welcome to Amerika! Next time they raid these folks, maybe the TSA will come
along to do a "grope search".
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fitobcnfito7 years ago
Who knows?, the goats might be Islamic ;-D
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writerontheloose7 years ago


Clearly, a bunch of hippies with raw milk necessitate the use of firearms. They
could utilize those milk bottles in deadly ways, ya know?
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soulinite7 years ago


Pasteurization saves lives.
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Beljora7 years ago


Vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain... Sounds like when I eat at Taco Bell.
Why haven't they been raided?
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Bristecom7 years ago


@monkeyfire087 Then they would have killed you and the news would make you
and every farmer or businessman out to be a potential terrorist.
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sajfen7 years ago


Is it really freedom to force other to pay for your stupid choices?
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Dash Cam Angola7 years ago


@sharrynuk Should we allow you to use a computer and post moronic comments
? Maybe we should assign you to more productive activities
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sharrynuk7 years ago


So we should allow people to sell cars without seatbelts, lead-filled toys, and
fraudulent medicine? Raw milk is no different. If customers genuinely understood
the risk, it could be a choice, like skydiving. But not only are people too lazy to
take the time to educate themselves about the dangers of raw milk, there's also a
lot of disinformation from the hippie crowd on the topic. Libertarians should
oppose fraud, and the health claims made about raw food are false.
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JonVonTruthSeeker7 years ago


THIS IS WHAT A POLICE STATE LOOKS LIKE!!!
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DannysCam7 years ago


@xWren they looked like fat fucks
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DannysCam7 years ago
im glad to see obama is tackling the big problems like raw food......
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2Sucubi1Chalice7 years ago


if they came in guns drawn into my place of business I would have shot them.
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TheHigherVoltage7 years ago


The free world is only free in the name.
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SLONA MU7 years ago


I feel a revolution coming. It has too. The govertment at any level is way over their
heads. My blood is boiling and I am very upset on the terror they have put on
inosent people.
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Joachim Peiper7 years ago


I laugh when people say we live in a free country, free,, yeah, free to pay taxes and
buy worthless shit we dont need, thats about it
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Alpha Mail7 years ago


I guess they were out of donuts so they decided to try something new.
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elsquibbs7 years ago


@Chibiwaza "My body, my choice" extends to many issues, but all the way to
food consumption? Well, we have to draw the line somewhere, right? That's the
sort of rationale we can expect when people worship the collective as if it were a
deity.
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Lord Hawkeye7 years ago


@blogegog Guns drawn = threat to shoot if you don't comply. There's nothing to
smiley about. Heroin? Same thing. The stuff isn't good for you but to argue for the
war on drugs at this point is ignorance so profound that it is indistinguishable
from outright malicious intent. Did prohibition teach you nothing?
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FrozenOne19767 years ago


What a waste of time and man power. Just think of all the people that could have
been sexually assault at the airport but where not because the skills of our highly
trained civil servants were being wasted.
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Auxiliary Infantry7 years ago


Government agencies raiding stores and farms for offering alternative foods.
Taxpayer money at work! I'll admit that I don't see myself drinking raw milk or
eating raw cheese in the future but I believe the government should not dictate
what we can and cannot eat or what kinds of food we can purchase with our own
money. Then again, the government officials in favor of these raids are probably
the same ones who constantly try to lay claim to most of our hard earned money.
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Chibiwaza7 years ago


First banning happy meals and now this! The government at Callifornia must
REALLY hate food.
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nickson7 years ago


ok....for now on EVERYONE needs to carry a camera. It's our only defense against
our own government.
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sirellyn7 years ago


@blogegog The constitution protects from illegal search and seizure. To give you
context. That part was written specifically because English soldiers were allowed
to enter a citizen's house an search all papers for the king's seal. While they were
in the house they often helped themselves to things, even took liberties on the
people and framers were disgusted by this behavior, for such a trivial act. An
excuse to search for paper stamps.
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Bristecom7 years ago


@PaulyBear33 The FDA, like most government bureaus, is just a tool used by big
corporations to take out their competition. America is a corporatist police state
now.
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Charles Gill7 years ago


@blogegog well why should the government stop you from buying heroin? you
know the dangers, and your only hurting yourself. and the idea of raw milk is RAW
MILK, NOT PASTEURIZED! why do you think everyone should think like you and
the government should ignore your life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness (even if
that is heroin or raw milk)?
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stuartsbushcraftblog7 years ago


When i was a child my grandmother (a card carrying Taliban) raised me and my
brothers on raw goats milk.
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stuartsbushcraftblog7 years ago


Anyone who drinks or eats raw or healthy food is a member of Al-qaeda and
should be treated as such. Patriotic people are happy eating GM food and having
fat sexual deviants sexually assault their children in airports all in the name of
freedom and democracy. This woman is lucky that she wasn't tazered to death
"for her own safety" What has happened to America?...................from a
concerned European.
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LetArtsLive7 years ago


goat milk is good for people who are lactose intolerant this pisses me off
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Paul DeLude7 years ago
The possable side effects of drinking raw milk sound just like the side effects of
most drugs passed by the FDA, if raw milk is that bad than the FDA needs to take
another look at all the drugs they have passed.
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LetArtsLive7 years ago


i was a farmer we got raw milk for my whole childhood we never got sick ever
from milk these food and drug administration people need to be fired!!Its ok for
kids to be on rittalin etc what the buuuck??
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Maat9227 years ago


I bet most of the people who work and shop here are from the Left. Let this be a
lesson to them WHY big government is a bad idea, and WHY the Founding
Fathers would be considered Libertarians if they lived in our modern day. HANDS
OFF, GOVERNMENT GANGSTERS!
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Lord Hawkeye7 years ago


@blogegog I didn't say they won't block the sale, I said it is unconstitutional to.
Law is good? Okay, someone likes raw milk. He knows the risks but he's talked to
his doctor about it, understands the risks and he's okay with it. He finds a supplier
who also understands the risks and explains them all to him. Both shake hands
and make the deal. The state then steps in, points guns at them and says they'll
blow both their heads off if they don't cease and desist. Good? What a joke...
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Geoff Bosco7 years ago
@ghuegel I see it everywhere too...probably some paid moveon.orger zombie.
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jjmdirector7 years ago


was that Jeremy Jackson?
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darwinkilledgod7 years ago


@blogegog Are there any benefits to eating raw foods that might outweigh that
25x risk of getting sick? I don't know. But then again I'm not drinking it. Do we
really want armed guards busting into places and putting labels on stuff?
Because if it's that big of a deal we're going to need to put labels on children
because they're more likely to get you sick than about anything else these days.
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Dave Power #67 years ago


@kingcherub Yeah, that blogewhatever person keeps coming to Reason videos,
claiming to be libertarian, and promoting statism. Either a troll or someone very
confused about what libertarianism is. Either way, don't fee him.
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@derfy26 Telling people what to do with their own bodies is immoral as is
redistributing the fruits of their lives and labors for "social justice" actually
injustice. Gov't is NOT the solution, gov't is the problem because power corrupts.
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scrappmutt27 years ago


2:40 all 5 of these agencies must of not had anything better to do
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squirreljester27 years ago


@RSCII I think we're pretty damn close to it. The more you restrict people's
freedoms, the more they will fight back. History has proven this to be true time
and time again.
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knickszfan37 years ago


Just plain disgusting.
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Taz Haz7 years ago


Bush said "They hate us for our freedom" well US Govt officials are doing
everything possible to make USA a miserable place to live.
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BotAm1t4styNn0qA4ASh7 years ago


@blogegog Although I agree with you that pasteurization is generally a good
thing, and that the consumption of raw foods poses some risks, the central point
here should be that if individuals wish to consume foods that are made with raw
milk, they should have every right to. Members of Rawesome clearly have signed
waivers and are under no illusions concerning that the products they purchase
from Rawesome. That should be more than sufficient for their outfit to be
completely legit.
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Geoff Bosco7 years ago


@InTheSticks1881 yeah senate bill 510..it's fucking disgusting...did you see the
propaganda piece about it on msnbc.com?
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Lord Hawkeye7 years ago


@blogegog No it does not. If two people agree to a contract, the state doesn't get
to step in and say they can't do it. As we already say with the war on drugs, all it
does is make things worse. This law has NOTHING to do with public safety. It has
everything to do with shutting down competition so the big companies can enjoy
their precious monopolies. If you think the state cares one whit about your
welfare, you are wrong.
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robhdg7 years ago


@MirageScience or perhaps they shouldn't outlaw anything and leave those
decisions up to the consumer. personally i'd prefer a police force and court
system focused on bring paedophiles and thieves to justice rather than focusing
on telling individuals that they can't smoke pot, drink raw milk and or corn syrup!
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Geoff Bosco7 years ago


As someone who has been in the food business for some time, let me tell you
something: there is no small food business, it is such a micromanaged
corpratocracy. Why do you think there is so much uniformity of food places
everywhere you go...it's because all the restaurants are all buying the same
ingredients from the same suppliers no matter where you go...These heros are a
major threat to that establishment,.
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@derfy26 Freedom comes with Responsibility. You can't be free while taking
what your neighbor worked for.
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Geoff Bosco7 years ago


the law states what you can sell to the general public not to private members of a
club they were breaking no laws.
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Geoff Bosco7 years ago


I wonder what motivates a person to pretend to be a libertarian and troll reason
tv. don't feed the trolls
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NeATaNDtURdy7 years ago


i dont believe on any of this educated cops who wasted their lives going to
school and learning to be a cop and be ended up with no true knowledge... fuck
all cops and the government... im soo sick of this bullshit
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zetsway50007 years ago


We need to get this video on the youtube front page.
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JizzonTheDark7 years ago


Just wait until they pass the Food Modernization Act.
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Lord Hawkeye7 years ago


@blogegog The law is not the ultimate arbiter of morality. If you want to try and
make that argument, then you're going to have to explain things like slavery, work
camps and the holocaust. After all, they were legal in their time no? Yet nobody
would try to argue that they were moral. Or short answer: The law is illegal and a
violation of the constitution. The state has no business telling people what they
can eat.
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elsquibbs7 years ago


@blogegog It's a question of "my body, my choice." This is a private club, not a
supermarket. RTV is questioning the law.
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Jeremiah Lutz7 years ago


@blogegog Yeah, you should be obedient, even if you end up killing yourself. The
law is our master and we must be slaves for our benefit. They know what is best
for you.
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elsquibbs7 years ago


The French have been drinking raw milk and making raw milk cheese for 1000
years, and they seem to be OK. The raw milk ban is why you can't get good
cheese in this country. A SWAT team raiding a raw foods store. That is totally
insane.
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OhMyGoog7 years ago


Exceptional journalism!
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System Of Combat NJ7 years ago


All they need to do is form a whole foods lobby and pay off the appropriate
politicians. Common, you'll from cali, get with the program, you people practically
invented big government!
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@MagnusIan National Socialists (NAZIS) are alive and well in the Progressive
Socialist movement. Many of these whole food "liberals" are Progressives and
THIS is the price they pay for bigger gov't. Lesson: Be careful what you ask for!
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jnjnelson7 years ago


@MirageScience Yeah, and pizza, soda, candy, chips, hamburgers, etc. should
also be outlawed, right? If some food is dangerous to anyone, it should be
outlawed, right? WRONG!!!!!
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arcanekrusader7 years ago


Rawsome should buy the goat farm and employ her to run it. That would fuck 'em
up ;D
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Virtueman17 years ago


And that´s the way the cookie crumbles.
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elricmlbone7 years ago


gee, I'm shocked they didn't shot the dog when they raided he farm.
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yakyakyak697 years ago


@MagnusIan It's about LIBERTY!
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Magnum Jesus7 years ago
Hold on a fuck. Am I supposed to feel bad for these hippy dippy California idiots
who all get wet when they find something that is claimed to be "organic"? Give
me a fucking break. Having said that, I still think they should have the right to be
hippy dippy California idiots. xD
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Mirage7 years ago


If they are going to outlaw selling raw milk, they should outlaw corn syrup
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Beginning of legal research of U.S. CODE…


https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21
U.S. Code › Title 21

U.S. Code: Title 21 - FOOD AND DRUGS


CHAPTER 1 - ADULTERATED OR MISBRANDED FOODS OR DRUGS (§§ 1 to
26)
CHAPTER 2 - TEAS (§ 41)
CHAPTER 3 - FILLED MILK (§§ 61 to 64)
CHAPTER 4 - ANIMALS, MEATS, AND MEAT AND DAIRY PRODUCTS (§§ 71
to 149)
CHAPTER 5 - VIRUSES, SERUMS, TOXINS, ANTITOXINS, AND ANALOGOUS
PRODUCTS (§§ 151 to 159)
CHAPTER 5A - BUREAU OF NARCOTICS (§ 161)
CHAPTER 6 - NARCOTIC DRUGS (§§ 171 to 200)
CHAPTER 7 - PRACTICE OF PHARMACY AND SALE OF POISONS IN
CONSULAR DISTRICTS IN CHINA (§§ 201 to 215)
CHAPTER 8 - NARCOTIC FARMS (§ 221)
CHAPTER 9 - FEDERAL FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT (§§ 301 to 399h)
CHAPTER 10 - POULTRY AND POULTRY PRODUCTS INSPECTION (§§ 451 to
472)
CHAPTER 11 - MANUFACTURE OF NARCOTIC DRUGS (§ 501)
CHAPTER 12 - MEAT INSPECTION (§§ 601 to 695)
CHAPTER 13 - DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND CONTROL (§§ 801 to 971)
CHAPTER 14 - ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
AND ACTIVITIES (§ 1001)
CHAPTER 15 - EGG PRODUCTS INSPECTION (§§ 1031 to 1056)
CHAPTER 16 - DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION, TREATMENT, AND
REHABILITATION (§§ 1101 to 1194)
CHAPTER 17 - NATIONAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT POLICY (§ 1201)
CHAPTER 18 - PRESIDENT’S MEDIA COMMISSION ON ALCOHOL AND
DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION (§ 1301)
CHAPTER 19 - PESTICIDE MONITORING IMPROVEMENTS (§§ 1401 to 1403)
CHAPTER 20 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL PROGRAM (§§ 1501 to 1548)
CHAPTER 21 - BIOMATERIALS ACCESS ASSURANCE (§§ 1601 to 1606)
CHAPTER 22 - NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL POLICY (§§ 1701 to 1714)
CHAPTER 23 - NATIONAL YOUTH ANTI-DRUG MEDIA CAMPAIGN (§ 1801)
CHAPTER 24 - INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS TRAFFICKING (§§ 1901 to
1908)
CHAPTER 25 - MISCELLANEOUS ANTI-DRUG ABUSE PROVISIONS (§§ 2001
to 2014)
CHAPTER 26 - FOOD SAFETY (§§ 2101 to 2110)
CHAPTER 27 - FOOD SAFETY MODERNIZATION (§§ 2201 to 2252)
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/16
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 1 › Subchapter II › § 16

21 U.S. Code § 16 - Introduction into, or


sale in, State or Territory or District of
Columbia of dairy or food products
falsely labeled or branded
No person or persons, company or corporation, shall introduce into any State or
Territory of the United States or the District of Columbia from any other State or
Territory of the United States or the District of Columbia, or sell in the District of
Columbia or in any Territory any dairy or food products which shall be falsely labeled
or branded as to the State or Territory in which they are made, produced, or grown, or
cause or procure the same to be done by others.
(July 1, 1902, ch. 1357, § 1, 32 Stat. 632.)
No Notes.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/16
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 9 › Subchapter VII › Part A › § 372

21 U.S. Code § 372 - Examinations and


investigations
(a) Authority to conduct
(1)
(A)
The Secretary is authorized to conduct examinations and investigations for
the purposes of this chapter through officers and employees of the
Department or through any health, food, or drug officer or employee of
any State, Territory, or political subdivision thereof, duly commissioned
by the Secretary as an officer of the Department.

(B)
(i)
For a tobacco product, to the extent feasible, the Secretary shall
contract with the States in accordance with this paragraph to carry
out inspections of retailers within that State in connection with the
enforcement of this chapter.
(ii)
The Secretary shall not enter into any contract under clause (i) with
the government of any of the several States to exercise
enforcement authority under this chapter on Indian country without
the express written consent of the Indian tribe involved.

(2)
(A)
In addition to the authority established in paragraph (1), the Secretary,
pursuant to a memorandum of understanding between the Secretary and
the head of another Federal department or agency, is authorized to conduct
examinations and investigations for the purposes of this chapter through
the officers and employees of such other department or agency, subject to
subparagraph (B). Such a memorandum shall include provisions to ensure
adequate training of such officers and employees to conduct the
examinations and investigations. The memorandum of understanding shall
contain provisions regarding reimbursement. Such provisions may, at the
sole discretion of the head of the other department or agency, require
reimbursement, in whole or in part, from the Secretary for the
examinations or investigations performed under this section by the officers
or employees of the other department or agency.

(B)
A memorandum of understanding under subparagraph (A) between the
Secretary and another Federal department or agency is effective only in
the case of examinations or inspections at facilities or other locations that
are jointly regulated by the Secretary and such department or agency.

(C) For any fiscal year in which the Secretary and the head of another
Federal department or agency carries out one or more examinations or
inspections under a memorandum of understanding under subparagraph
(A), the Secretary and the head of such department or agency shall with
respect to their respective departments or agencies submit to the
committees of jurisdiction (authorizing and appropriating) in the House of
Representatives and the Senate a report that provides, for such year—
(i)
the number of officers or employees that carried out one or more
programs, projects, or activities under such memorandum;
(ii)
the number of additional articles that were inspected or examined
as a result of such memorandum; and
(iii)
the number of additional examinations or investigations that were
carried out pursuant to such memorandum.

(3)
In the case of food packed in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico or a Territory the
Secretary shall attempt to make inspection of such food at the first point of entry
within the United States when, in his opinion and with due regard to the
enforcement of all the provisions of this chapter, the facilities at his disposal will
permit of such inspection.

(4)
For the purposes of this subsection, the term “United States” means the States
and the District of Columbia.

(b) Availability to owner of part of analysis samples


Where a sample of a food, drug, or cosmetic is collected for analysis under this chapter
the Secretary shall, upon request, provide a part of such official sample for examination
or analysis by any person named on the label of the article, or the owner thereof, or his
attorney or agent; except that the Secretary is authorized, by regulations, to make such
reasonable exceptions from, and impose such reasonable terms and conditions relating to,
the operation of this subsection as he finds necessary for the proper administration of the
provisions of this chapter.

(c) Records of other departments and agencies


For purposes of enforcement of this chapter, records of any department or independent
establishment in the executive branch of the Government shall be open to inspection by
any official of the Department duly authorized by the Secretary to make such inspection.

(d) Information on patents for drugs


The Secretary is authorized and directed, upon request from the Under Secretary of
Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and
Trademark Office, to furnish full and complete information with respect to such questions
relating to drugs as the Director may submit concerning any patent application. The
Secretary is further authorized, upon receipt of any such request, to conduct or cause to
be conducted, such research as may be required.

(e) Powers of enforcement personnel


Any officer or employee of the Department designated by the Secretary to conduct
examinations, investigations, or inspections under this chapter relating to counterfeit
drugs may, when so authorized by the Secretary—
(1)
carry firearms;

(2)
execute and serve search warrants and arrest warrants;
(3)
execute seizure by process issued pursuant to libel under section 334 of this title;

(4)
make arrests without warrant for offenses under this chapter with respect to such
drugs if the offense is committed in his presence or, in the case of a felony, if he
has probable cause to believe that the person so arrested has committed, or is
committing, such offense; and

(5)
make, prior to the institution of libel proceedings under section 334(a)(2) of this
title, seizures of drugs or containers or of equipment, punches, dies, plates, stones,
labeling, or other things, if they are, or he has reasonable grounds to believe that
they are, subject to seizure and condemnation under such section 334(a)(2). In the
event of seizure pursuant to this paragraph (5), libel proceedings under section
334(a)(2) of this title shall be instituted promptly and the property seized be
placed under the jurisdiction of the court.
(June 25, 1938, ch. 675, § 702, 52 Stat. 1056; Pub. L. 87–781, title III, §§ 307(b), 308,
Oct. 10, 1962, 76 Stat. 796; Pub. L. 89–74, § 8(a), July 15, 1965, 79 Stat. 234; Pub. L.
91–513, title II, § 701(f), Oct. 27, 1970, 84 Stat. 1282; Pub. L. 102–300, § 6(b)(2), June
16, 1992, 106 Stat. 240; Pub. L. 103–80, § 3(dd)(2), Aug. 13, 1993, 107 Stat. 779; Pub. L.
106–113, div. B, § 1000(a)(9) [title IV, § 4732(b)(12)], Nov. 29, 1999, 113 Stat. 1536,
1501A–584; Pub. L. 107–188, title III, § 314, June 12, 2002, 116 Stat. 674; Pub. L. 111–
31, div. A, title I, § 103(g), June 22, 2009, 123 Stat. 1837.)

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/387#22
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 9 › Subchapter IX › § 387

21 U.S. Code § 387 - Definitions


In this subchapter:

(22)The term “United States” means the 50 States of the United States of
America and the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico,
Guam, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Wake Island, Midway Islands,
Kingman Reef, Johnston Atoll, the Northern Mariana Islands, and any other trust
territory or possession of the United States.
Source
21 USC § 387(22)

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https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/17
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 1 › Subchapter II › § 17

21 U.S. Code § 17 - Penalty for sale or


introduction of falsely labeled dairy or
food products; venue
If any person or persons violate the provisions of section 16 of this title, either in person
or through another, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of
not less than $500 nor more than $2,000. The jurisdiction for the prosecution of said
misdemeanor shall be within the district of the United States court in which it is
committed.
(July 1, 1902, ch. 1357, § 2, 32 Stat. 632.)
No Notes.

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https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/18
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 1 › Subchapter II › § 18

21 U.S. Code § 18 - Suspension of


importation of adulterated articles
Whenever the President is satisfied that there is good reason to believe that any
importation is being made, or is about to be made, into the United States, from any
foreign country, of any article used for human food or drink that is adulterated to an
extent dangerous to the health or welfare of the people of the United States, or any of
them, he may issue his proclamation suspending the importation of such articles from
such country for such period of time as he may think necessary to prevent such
importation; and during such period it shall be unlawful to import into the United States
from the countries designated in the proclamation of the President any of the articles the
importation of which is so suspended.
(Aug. 30, 1890, ch. 839, § 4, 26 Stat. 415.)
No Notes.
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https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/20
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 1 › Subchapter II › § 20

21 U.S. Code § 20 - Apples in interstate


commerce; standard grades
The standard grades for apples when packed in barrels which shall be shipped or
delivered for shipment in interstate or foreign commerce, or which shall be sold or
offered for sale within the District of Columbia or the Territories of the United States
shall be as follows: Apples of one variety, which are well-grown specimens, hand picked,
of good color for the variety, normal shape, practically free from insect and fungous
injury, bruises, and other defects, except such as are necessarily caused in the operation
of packing, or apples of one variety which are not more than 10 per centum below the
foregoing specifications shall be “Standard grade minimum size two and one-half
inches”, if the minimum size of the apples is two and one-half inches in transverse
diameter; “Standard grade minimum size two and one-fourth inches”, if the minimum
size of the apples is two and one-fourth inches in transverse diameter; or “Standard grade
minimum size two inches”, if the minimum size of the apples is two inches in transverse
diameter.
(Aug. 3, 1912, ch. 273, § 2, 37 Stat. 250.)
No Notes.

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https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/21
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 1 › Subchapter II › § 21

21 U.S. Code § 21 - Branding grades on


barrels of apples
The barrels in which apples are packed in accordance with the provisions of sections 20
to 23 of this title may be branded in accordance with the provisions of section 20 of this
title.
(Aug. 3, 1912, ch. 273, § 3, 37 Stat. 251.)
No Notes.

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https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/22
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 1 › Subchapter II › § 22

21 U.S. Code § 22 - Barrels misbranded


Barrels packed with apples shall be deemed to be misbranded within the meaning of
sections 20 to 23 of this title—
First. If the barrel bears any statement, design, or device indicating that the apples
contained therein are “Standard” grade and the apples when packed do not conform to the
requirements prescribed by section 20 of this title.
Second. If the barrel bears any statement, design, or device indicating that the apples
contained therein are “Standard” grade and the barrel fails to bear also a statement of the
name of the variety, the name of the locality where grown, and the name of the packer or
the person by whose authority the apples were packed and the barrel marked.
(Aug. 3, 1912, ch. 273, § 5, 37 Stat. 251.)
No Notes.

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https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/23
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 1 › Subchapter II › § 23

21 U.S. Code § 23 - Penalties


Any person, firm or corporation, or association who shall knowingly pack or cause to be
packed apples in barrels or who shall knowingly sell or offer for sale such barrels in
violation of the provisions of sections 20 to 23 of this title shall be liable to a penalty of
$1 and costs for each such barrel so sold or offered for sale, to be recovered at the suit of
the United States in any court of the United States having jurisdiction.
(Aug. 3, 1912, ch. 273, § 6, 37 Stat. 251.)
Notes
Codification
Section is also set out as section 233 of Title 15, Commerce and Trade.

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https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/24
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 1 › Subchapter II › § 24

21 U.S. Code § 24 - Omitted

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https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/21/25
U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 1 › Subchapter II › § 25

21 U.S. Code § 25 - Oleomargarine,


butterine, or imitation butter or cheese
transported into a State subject to its
police powers
All articles known as oleomargarine, butterine, imitation, process, renovated, or
adulterated butter, or imitation cheese, or any substance in the semblance of butter or
cheese not the usual product of the dairy and not made exclusively of pure and
unadulterated milk or cream, transported into any State or Territory or the District of
Columbia, and remaining therein for use, consumption, sale, or storage therein, shall,
upon the arrival within the limits of such State or Territory or the District of Columbia,
be subject to the operation and effect of the laws of such State or Territory or the District
of Columbia, enacted in the exercise of its police powers to the same extent and in the
same manner as though such articles or substances had been produced in such State or
Territory or the District of Columbia, and shall not be exempt therefrom by reason of
being introduced therein in original packages or otherwise.
(May 9, 1902, ch. 784, § 1, 32 Stat. 193.)
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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 2

21 U.S. Code Chapter 2 - TEAS


§ 41 - Repealed. Pub. L. 104–128, § 2, Apr. 9, 1996, 110 Stat. 1198
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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 2 › § 41 to 50
21 U.S. Code §§ 41 to 50 - Repealed. Pub.
L. 104–128, § 2, Apr. 9, 1996, 110 Stat.
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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 3

21 U.S. Code Chapter 3 - FILLED MILK


§ 61 - Definitions
§ 62 - Manufacture, shipment, or delivery for shipment in interstate or foreign
commerce prohibited
§ 63 - Penalties; acts of agents deemed acts of principals
§ 64 - Regulations for enforcement

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 3 › § 61

21 U.S. Code § 61 - Definitions


Whenever used in this chapter—
(a)
The term “person” includes an individual, partnership, corporation, or association;

(b)
The term “interstate or foreign commerce” means commerce (1) between any State,
Territory, or possession, or the District of Columbia, and any place outside thereof; (2)
between points within the same State, Territory, or possession, or within the District of
Columbia, but through any place outside thereof; or (3) within any Territory or
possession, or within the District of Columbia; and

(c)
The term “filled milk” means any milk, cream, or skimmed milk, whether or not
condensed, evaporated, concentrated, powdered, dried, or desiccated, to which has been
added, or which has been blended or compounded with, any fat or oil other than milk fat,
so that the resulting product is in imitation or semblance of milk, cream, or skimmed
milk, whether or not condensed, evaporated, concentrated, powdered, dried, or
desiccated. This definition shall not include any distinctive proprietary food compound
not readily mistaken in taste for milk or cream or for evaporated, condensed, or
powdered milk, or cream where such compound (1) is prepared and designed for
feeding infants and young children and customarily used on the order of a physician; (2)
is packed in individual cans containing not more than sixteen and one-half ounces and
bearing a label in bold type that the content is to be used only for said purpose; (3) is
shipped in interstate or foreign commerce exclusively to physicians, wholesale and retail
druggists, orphan asylums, child-welfare associations, hospitals, and similar institutions
and generally disposed of by them.
(Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 262, § 1, 42 Stat. 1486.)
Notes
Short Title
Act July 12, 1943, ch. 221, title II, 57 Stat. 499, provided in part that act Mar. 4, 1923,
which enacted this chapter, may be cited as the “Filled Milk Act”.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 3 › § 62

21 U.S. Code § 62 - Manufacture,


shipment, or delivery for shipment in
interstate or foreign commerce prohibited
It is declared that filled milk, as defined in section 61 of this title, is an adulterated article
of food, injurious to the public health, and its sale constitutes a fraud upon the public. It
shall be unlawful for any person to manufacture within any Territory or possession, or
within the District of Columbia, or to ship or deliver for shipment in interstate or
foreign commerce, any filled milk.
(Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 262, § 2, 42 Stat. 1487.)
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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 3 › § 63
21 U.S. Code § 63 - Penalties; acts of
agents deemed acts of principals
Any person violating any provision of this chapter shall upon conviction thereof be
subject to a fine of not more than $1,000 or imprisonment of not more than one year, or
both. When construing and enforcing the provisions of this chapter, the act, omission, or
failure of any person acting for or employed by any individual, partnership, corporation,
or association, within the scope of his employment or office, shall in every case be
deemed the act, omission, or failure, of such individual, partnership, corporation, or
association, as well as of such person.
(Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 262, § 3, 42 Stat. 1487.)
Notes
Codification
The original text of this section contained a further provision that no penalty should be
enforced for any violation occurring within 30 days after act Mar. 4, 1923 became law
and was omitted as temporary and obsolete.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 3 › § 64

21 U.S. Code § 64 - Regulations for


enforcement
The Secretary of Health and Human Services is authorized and directed to make
and enforce such regulations as may in his judgment be necessary to carry out the
purposes of this chapter.
(Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 262, § 4, as added Aug. 27, 1935, ch. 743, 49 Stat. 885; 1940 Reorg.
Plan No. IV, § 12, eff. June 30, 1940, 5 F.R. 2421,54 Stat. 1237; 1953 Reorg. Plan No. 1,
§ 5, eff. Apr. 11, 1953, 18 F.R. 2053,67 Stat. 631; Pub. L. 96–88, title V, § 509(b), Oct.
17, 1979, 93 Stat. 695.)
Notes
Change of Name
“Secretary of Health and Human Services” substituted in text for “Secretary of Health,
Education, and Welfare” pursuant to section 509(b) of Pub. L. 96–88, which is classified
to section 3508(b) of Title 20, Education.
Transfer of Functions
For transfer of functions of Federal Security Administrator to Secretary of Health,
Education, and Welfare [now Health and Human Services], and of Food and Drug
Administration to Federal Security Agency, see notes set out under section 321 of this
title.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4

21 U.S. Code Chapter 4 - ANIMALS,


MEATS, AND MEAT AND DAIRY
PRODUCTS
SUBCHAPTER I - EXAMINATION OF ANIMALS, MEATS, AND MEAT AND
DAIRY PRODUCTS (§§ 71 to 99)
SUBCHAPTER II - IMPORTATION OF CATTLE AND QUARANTINE (§§ 101 to
106)
SUBCHAPTER III - PREVENTION OF INTRODUCTION AND SPREAD OF
CONTAGION (§§ 111 to 136a)
SUBCHAPTER IV - IMPORTATION OF MILK AND CREAM (§§ 141 to 149)

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter I

21 U.S. Code Subchapter I -


EXAMINATION OF ANIMALS,
MEATS, AND MEAT AND DAIRY
PRODUCTS
§ 71 - Transferred
§ 93 - Repealed. May 29, 1928, ch. 901, § 1(92), 45 Stat. 993
§ 94 - Transferred
§ 96 - Repealed. Pub. L. 90–201, § 18, Dec. 15, 1967, 81 Stat. 600
§ 97 - Omitted
§ 98 - Transferred
§ 99 - Repealed. July 28, 1953, ch. 251, title I, § 101, 67 Stat. 208
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21 U.S. Code §§ 71 to 92 - Transferred


Notes
Codification
Section 71, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1260, which related to inspection of
meat and meat food products, examination of cattle before slaughtering, separate
slaughtering of diseased animals and examination of carcasses, was transferred to
section 603 of this title.
Section 72, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1260, which related to post mortem
examination of carcasses, marking and labeling, destruction of condemned carcasses, and
reinspection, was transferred to section 604 of this title.
Section 73, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1261, which related to examination of
carcasses brought into slaughtering or packing establishments and of meat food products
issued from and returned thereto, was transferred to section 605 of this title.
Section 74, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1261, which related to examination and
inspection of meat food products, marks of inspection, destruction of condemned
products, and products for export, was transferred to section 606 of this title and was
subsequently repealed by Pub. L. 110–234, title XI, § 11016(b)(1)(B), May 22, 2008, 122
Stat. 1369, and Pub. L. 110–246, § 4(a), title XI, § 11016(b)(1)(B), June 18, 2008, 122
Stat. 1664, 2131.
Section 75, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1262, which related to labeling of
receptacles and coverings of meat and meat food products inspected and passed,
supervision by inspectors, prohibition of sales under false names, was transferred to
section 607 of this title.
Section 76, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1262, which related to sanitary inspection
and regulation of slaughtering and packing establishments, and rejection of meat or meat
food products unfit for food, was transferred to section 608 of this title.
Section 77, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1262, which related to examination of
cattle and food products thereof slaughtered and prepared during night time, was
transferred to section 609 of this title.
Section 78, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1262, which related to prohibition of
transportation of carcasses, meat, or meat food products not properly inspected and
marked, was transferred to section 610 of this title.
Section 79, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1263, which related to forgery, alteration,
and unauthorized use of marks, labels, and certificates, was transferred to section 611 of
this title.
Section 80, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1263, which related to inspection of
animals for export, was transferred to section 612 of this title and was subsequently
repealed by Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(19), May 13, 2002, 116 Stat. 508.
Section 81, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1263, which related to certificates of
condition of animals for export, was transferred to section 613 of this title and was
subsequently repealed by Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(19), May 13, 2002, 116
Stat. 508.
Section 82, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1263, which related to clearance to
vessels carrying cattle for export with proper certificate of inspection, was transferred to
section 614 of this title and was subsequently repealed by Pub. L. 107–171, title X,
§ 10418(a)(19), May 13, 2002, 116 Stat. 508.
Section 83, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1263, which related to inspection of
carcasses, the meat of which is intended for export, was transferred to section 615 of this
title.
Section 84, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1263, which related to certificates of
condition of carcasses, the meat of which is intended for export, was transferred to
section 616 of this title.
Section 85, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1263, which related to clearance to
vessels carrying meat for export with proper certificate of inspection, was transferred to
section 617 of this title.
Section 86, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1263, which related to official certificates
of inspection and delivery of copies thereof to different parties, was transferred to section
618 of this title.
Section 87, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1264, which related to prohibition of
transportation or sale of meat or meat food products without complying with provisions
of inspection law, was transferred to section 619 of this title.
Section 88, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1264, which related to offenses and
penalties, was transferred to section 620 of this title.
Section 89, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1264, which related to appointment of
inspectors, their duties, and rule making authority of the Secretary of Agriculture, was
transferred to section 621 of this title.
Section 90, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1264, which related to penalties for
bribery, was transferred to section 622 of this title.
Section 91, acts Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1265; June 29, 1938, ch. 810, 52 Stat.
1235, which related to definitions, exceptions to inspection requirements in case of
farmers and retailers, and penalties for sale of meat and meat food products unfit for
food, was transferred to section 623 of this title.
Section 92, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1265, which was a proviso following the
first sentence of section 91 of this title, was restored to that section and has been
transferred to section 623 of this title.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter I › § 93

21 U.S. Code § 93 - Repealed. May 29,


1928, ch. 901, § 1(92), 45 Stat. 993
Notes
Section, act Mar. 4, 1907, ch. 2907, 34 Stat. 1265, related to statement in annual
estimates as to persons employed, their compensation and expenses.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter I › § 94 to 95

21 U.S. Code §§ 94 to 95 - Transferred


Notes
Codification
Section 94, act June 30, 1914, ch. 131, 38 Stat. 420, which related to inspection of
reindeer, was transferred to section 692 of this title.
Section 94a, act May 23, 1908, ch. 192, 35 Stat. 254, which related to inspection of dairy
products for export, was transferred to section 693 of this title.
Section 95, acts June 30, 1906, ch. 3913, 34 Stat. 679; June 26, 1934, ch. 756, § 2, 48
Stat. 1225, which related to authorization of appropriations for expenses of inspection,
was transferred to section 694 of this title.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter I › § 96

21 U.S. Code § 96 - Repealed. Pub. L. 90–


201, § 18, Dec. 15, 1967, 81 Stat. 600
Notes
Section, act July 24, 1919, ch. 26, 41 Stat. 241, provided for marking horse meat
transported in interstate commerce. See section 619 of this title.
Effective Date of Repeal
Repeal effective Dec. 15, 1967, see section 20 of Pub. L. 90–201, set out as an Effective
Date note under section 601 of this title.

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21 U.S. Code §§ 97 to 97d - Omitted


Notes
Codification
Sections 97 to 97d, act July 30, 1947, ch. 356, title I, § 1, 61 Stat. 531, 532, set up a meat
inspection fund and provided for payment for meat inspection service by the persons or
organizations who were furnished such inspection on and after July 1, 1947. These
provisions ceased to be effective on July 1, 1948, under section 98 of this title which
requires the cost of such inspection to be borne by the United States. The unobligated
balance in the meat inspection fund was carried to the general fund of the Treasury by act
June 19, 1948, ch. 543, § 1, 62 Stat. 515.

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21 U.S. Code § 98 - Transferred


Notes
Codification
Section, act June 5, 1948, ch. 423, 62 Stat. 344, which related to payment of cost of meat
inspection, was transferred to section 695 of this title.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter I › § 99

21 U.S. Code § 99 - Repealed. July 28,


1953, ch. 251, title I, § 101, 67 Stat. 208
Notes
Section, act Aug. 31, 1951, ch. 374, title I, § 101, 65 Stat. 229, related to reimbursement
for excess expenses of meat inspection.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter II

21 U.S. Code Subchapter II -


IMPORTATION OF CATTLE AND
QUARANTINE
§ 101 - Suspension of importation of all animals
§ 102 - Repealed. Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(6), May 13, 2002, 116 Stat.
507
§ 106 - Omitted

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter II › § 101

21 U.S. Code § 101 - Suspension of


importation of all animals
Whenever, in the opinion of the President, it shall be necessary for the protection of
animals in the United States against infectious or contagious diseases, he may, by
proclamation, suspend the importation of all or any class of animals for a limited time,
and may change, modify, revoke, or renew such proclamation, as the public good may
require; and during the time of such suspension the importation of any such animals shall
be unlawful.
(Aug. 30, 1890, ch. 839, § 9, 26 Stat. 416.)

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 149

21 U.S. Code § 149 - Definitions


When used in this subchapter—
(a)
The term “person” means an individual, partnership, association, or corporation.

(b)
The term “United States” means the fifty States and the District of Columbia.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 9, 44 Stat. 1103; Pub. L. 86–70, § 19, June 25, 1959, 73 Stat.
145; Pub. L. 86–624, § 15, July 12, 1960, 74 Stat. 415.)
Notes
Amendments
1960—Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 86–624 substituted “means the fifty States and the District of
Columbia” for “means continental United States, including Alaska”.
1959—Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 86–70 inserted “, including Alaska” after “continental United
States”.
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21 CFR - Food and Drugs
21 CFR Part 10 - ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES

21 CFR Part 12 - FORMAL EVIDENTIARY PUBLIC HEARING

21 CFR Part 13 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC BOARD OF INQUIRY

21 CFR Part 14 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

21 CFR Part 15 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE COMMISSIONER

21 CFR Part 16 - REGULATORY HEARING BEFORE THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION

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21 U.S. Code §§ 102 to 105 - Repealed.


Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(6),
May 13, 2002, 116 Stat. 507
Notes
Section 102, act Aug. 30, 1890, ch. 839, § 7, 26 Stat. 416, related to quarantine of
imported animals.
Section 103, act Aug. 30, 1890, ch. 839, § 8, 26 Stat. 416, related to prohibition of
importation of animals except at quarantine ports, slaughter of infected animals,
appraisal, and payment.
Section 104, act Aug. 30, 1890, ch. 839, § 6, 26 Stat. 416; June 28, 1926, ch. 700, § 2, 44
Stat. 775; Feb. 28, 1931, ch. 348, 46 Stat. 1460; July 22, 1954, ch. 558, § 32, 68 Stat. 510;
Jan. 28, 1956, ch. 12, § 1, 70 Stat. 5; Pub. L. 97–461, § 4, Jan. 12, 1983, 96 Stat. 2524;
Pub. L. 103–182, title III, § 361(b), Dec. 8, 1993, 107 Stat. 2122; Pub. L. 103–465, title
IV, § 431(h), Dec. 8, 1994, 108 Stat. 4969, related to importation of animals.
Section 105, act Aug. 30, 1890, ch. 839, § 10, 26 Stat. 417; Pub. L. 103–182, title III,
§ 361(c), Dec. 8, 1993, 107 Stat. 2122; Pub. L. 103–465, title IV, § 431(i), Dec. 8, 1994,
108 Stat. 4969, related to inspection of animals.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter II › § 106, 107

21 U.S. Code §§ 106, 107 - Omitted


Notes
Codification
Sections, acts Aug. 10, 1917, ch. 52, § 9, 40 Stat. 275; Nov. 21, 1918, ch. 212, § 3, 40
Stat. 1048, related to slaughter of tick-infested cattle. Section 12 of act Aug. 10, 1917,
provided that the act should cease to be in effect when the national emergency resulting
from World War I had passed.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter III

21 U.S. Code Subchapter III -


PREVENTION OF INTRODUCTION
AND SPREAD OF CONTAGION
§ 111 - Repealed. Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(7), (8), May 13, 2002, 116
Stat. 507, 508
§ 112a - Omitted
§ 113 - Repealed. Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(7), (8), May 13, 2002, 116
Stat. 507, 508
§ 113a - Establishment of research laboratories for foot-and-mouth disease and other
animal diseases; research contracts; employment of technicians and scientists;
appropriations
§ 114 - Repealed. Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(8), (9), May 13, 2002, 116
Stat. 508
§ 114d-2 - Repealed. Pub. L. 92–152, § 3, Nov. 5, 1971, 85 Stat. 419
§ 114e - Repealed. Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(10), (11), May 13, 2002, 116
Stat. 508
§ 114i - Pseudorabies eradication
§ 115 - Repealed. Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(7), (8), (12)–(14), May 13,
2002, 116 Stat. 507, 508
§ 129 - Omitted
§ 129a - Repealed. Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(1), (8), (16), May 13, 2002,
116 Stat. 507, 508
§ 132 - Transferred
§ 133 - Repealed. July 13, 1949, ch. 307, 63 Stat. 410
§ 134 - Repealed. Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(17), (18), May 13, 2002, 116
Stat. 508
§ 136 - Additional inspection services
§ 136a - Collection of fees for inspection services

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter III › § 114i

21 U.S. Code § 114i - Pseudorabies


eradication
(a) Findings
Congress finds that efforts to eradicate pseudorabies in United States swine populations
by the Department of Agriculture in cooperation with State agencies and the pork
industry have a high priority and should be continued until pseudorabies is completely
eradicated in the United States.
(b) Establishment of program
The Secretary of Agriculture shall establish and carry out a program for the eradication of
pseudorabies in United States swine populations.
(c) Use of funds for testing and control of pseudorabies
The Secretary shall ensure that not less than 65 percent of the funds appropriated for the
program established under subsection (b) shall be used for testing and screening of
animals and for other purposes directly related to the eradication or control of
pseudorabies. This requirement on the use of appropriated funds for this program shall
not be implemented in a manner that would adversely affect any other animal or plant
disease or pest eradication or control program.
(d) Authorization of appropriations
There are authorized to be appropriated for each of the fiscal years 1991 through 2007
such sums as may be necessary for the purpose of carrying out the program established
under subsection (b).
(Pub. L. 101–624, title XXV, § 2506, Nov. 28, 1990, 104 Stat. 4068; Pub. L. 104–127,
title IX, § 916, Apr. 4, 1996, 110 Stat. 1187; Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10505, May 13,
2002, 116 Stat. 511.)
Notes
Amendments
2002—Subsec. (d). Pub. L. 107–171 substituted “2007” for “2002”.
1996—Subsec. (d). Pub. L. 104–127 substituted “2002” for “1995”.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 149

21 U.S. Code § 149 - Definitions


When used in this subchapter—
(a)
The term “person” means an individual, partnership, association, or corporation.

(b)
The term “United States” means the fifty States and the District of Columbia.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 9, 44 Stat. 1103; Pub. L. 86–70, § 19, June 25, 1959, 73 Stat.
145; Pub. L. 86–624, § 15, July 12, 1960, 74 Stat. 415.)
Notes
Amendments
1960—Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 86–624 substituted “means the fifty States and the District of
Columbia” for “means continental United States, including Alaska”.
1959—Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 86–70 inserted “, including Alaska” after “continental United
States”.
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21 CFR - Food and Drugs
21 CFR Part 10 - ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES

21 CFR Part 12 - FORMAL EVIDENTIARY PUBLIC HEARING

21 CFR Part 13 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC BOARD OF INQUIRY

21 CFR Part 14 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

21 CFR Part 15 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE COMMISSIONER

21 CFR Part 16 - REGULATORY HEARING BEFORE THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter III › § 136

21 U.S. Code § 136 - Additional inspection


services
The Secretary of Agriculture, in carrying out regulations prohibiting or restricting the
entry of materials that may harbor pests, or diseases, is authorized to enter into
agreements with operators or owners of vessels or aircraft for the purpose of providing
inspection services at points of entry in the United States in addition to the regular or on-
call basis currently available in connection with such vessels or aircraft. Any such
agreement shall provide for the payment by the operator or owner of an amount
determined by the Secretary to be necessary to defray the costs of providing additional
service pursuant to such agreement.
(Pub. L. 101–624, title XXV, § 2508, Nov. 28, 1990, 104 Stat. 4069.)
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7 CFR - Agriculture
7 CFR Part 305 - PHYTOSANITARY TREATMENTS

7 CFR Part 319 - FOREIGN QUARANTINE NOTICES

7 CFR Part 330 - FEDERAL PLANT PEST REGULATIONS; GENERAL; PLANT PESTS; SOIL,
STONE, AND QUARRY PRODUCTS; GARBAGE

7 CFR Part 352 - PLANT QUARANTINE SAFEGUARD REGULATIONS

7 CFR Part 353 - EXPORT CERTIFICATION

7 CFR Part 354 - OVERTIME SERVICES RELATING TO IMPORTS AND EXPORTS; AND USER
FEES

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter III › § 136a

21 U.S. Code § 136a - Collection of fees


for inspection services
(a) Quarantine and inspection fees
(1) Fees authorized
The Secretary of Agriculture may prescribe and collect fees sufficient—
(A)
to cover the cost of providing agricultural quarantine and
inspection services in connection with the arrival at a port in the
customs territory of the United States, or the preclearance or
preinspection at a site outside the customs territory of the United
States, of an international passenger, commercial vessel,
commercial aircraft, commercial truck, or railroad car;

(B)
to cover the cost of administering this subsection; and

(C)
through fiscal year 2002, to maintain a reasonable balance in the
Agricultural Quarantine Inspection User Fee Account established
under paragraph (5).

(2) Limitation
In setting the fees under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall ensure that the
amount of the fees is commensurate with the costs of agricultural
quarantine and inspection services with respect to the class of persons or
entities paying the fees. The costs of the services with respect to
passengers as a class includes the costs of related inspections of the
aircraft or other vehicle.

(3) Status of fees


Fees collected under this subsection by any person on behalf of the
Secretary are held in trust for the United States and shall be remitted to the
Secretary in such manner and at such times as the Secretary may
prescribe.

(4) Late payment penalties


If a person subject to a fee under this subsection fails to pay the fee when
due, the Secretary shall assess a late payment penalty, and the overdue fees
shall accrue interest, as required by section 3717 of title 31.

(5) Agricultural Quarantine Inspection User Fee Account


(A) Establishment
There is established in the Treasury of the United States a fund, to
be known as the “Agricultural Quarantine Inspection User Fee
Account”, which shall contain all of the fees collected under this
subsection and late payment penalties and interest charges
collected under paragraph (4) through fiscal year 2002.

(B) Use of account


For each of fiscal years 1996 through 2002, funds in the
Agricultural Quarantine Inspection User Fee Account shall be
available, in such amounts as are provided in advance in
appropriations Acts, to cover the costs associated with the
provision of agricultural quarantine and inspection services and the
administration of this subsection. Amounts made available under
this subparagraph shall be available until expended.

(C) Excess fees


Fees and other amounts collected under this subsection in any of
fiscal years 1996 through 2002 in excess of $100,000,000 shall be
available for the purposes specified in subparagraph (B) until
expended, without further appropriation.
(6) Use of amounts collected after fiscal year 2002
After September 30, 2002, the unobligated balance in the Agricultural
Quarantine Inspection User Fee Account and fees and other amounts
collected under this subsection shall be credited to the Department of
Agriculture accounts that incur the costs associated with the provision of
agricultural quarantine and inspection services and the administration of
this subsection. The fees and other amounts shall remain available to the
Secretary until expended without fiscal year limitation.

(7) Staff years


The number of full-time equivalent positions in the Department of
Agriculture attributable to the provision of agricultural quarantine and
inspection services and the administration of this subsection shall not be
counted toward the limitation on the total number of full-time equivalent
positions in all agencies specified in section 5(b) of the Federal Workforce
Restructuring Act of 1994 (Public Law 103–226; 5 U.S.C. 3101 note) or
other limitation on the total number of full-time equivalent positions.

(b) Omitted

(c) Animal inspection and veterinary diagnostics


(1) Animal inspection
The Secretary may prescribe and collect fees to reimburse the Secretary for the
cost of carrying out the provisions of the Federal Animal Quarantine Laws that
relate to the importation, entry, and exportation of animals, articles, or means of
conveyance.
(2) Veterinary diagnostics
The Secretary may prescribe and collect fees to recover the costs of carrying out
the provisions of the Animal Health Protection Act [7 U.S.C. 8301 et seq.] that
relate to veterinary diagnostics.
(3) Fees
All fees collected pursuant to this subsection and any late payment penalties or
accrued interest collected pursuant to this subsection shall be credited to the
accounts that incur the cost and shall remain available until expended without
fiscal year limitation.
(4) Liability
Any person for whom an activity related to the importation, entry, or exportation
of an animal, article, or means of conveyance or relating to veterinary diagnostics,
is performed pursuant to the section, shall be liable for payment of fees assessed.
Upon failure to pay such fees when due, the Secretary shall assess a late payment
penalty, and such overdue fees shall accrue interest, as required by section 3717
of title 31. All fees, late payment penalties, and accrued interest collected shall be
credited to such accounts that incur the costs and shall remain available until
expended without fiscal year limitation.
(5) Leins [1]
(A) In general
The Secretary shall have a lien against the animal, article, means of
conveyance, or facility for which services have been provided under this
section for the fees, any late payment penalty, and any accrued interest
assessed under this subsection.
(B) Other animals, etc.
In the case of any person who fails to make payment when due under this
subsection, the Secretary shall have a lien against any animal, article, or
means of conveyance thereafter imported, moved in interstate commerce,
or attempted to be exported by the person after the date of such failure
until the date on which such owner or operator make [2] full payment to
the Secretary under this subsection.
(C) Sales of animals, etc.
(i) Authority
The Secretary may, if a person does not pay fees, late payment penalties,
or accrued interest on such, after providing reasonable notice of default to
such person, sell at public sale after reasonable public notice, or otherwise
dispose of, any such animal, article, means of conveyance or facility on
which the Secretary has a lien under this paragraph.
(ii) Excess proceeds
If the sale proceeds under clause (i) exceed the fees due, any late payment
penalty assessed, any accrued interest on such, and the expenses
associated with the sale, such excess shall be paid to the owner of the
animal, article, means of conveyance, or facility if such owner submits an
application for such excess together with proof of ownership not later than
6 months after the date of such sale. If no such application is made, such
excess shall be credited to accounts that incur the costs associated with the
fees collected and shall remain available until expended, without fiscal
year limitation. The Secretary shall suspend performance of services to
persons who have failed to pay fees, late payment penalty, or accrued
interest under this section.

(d) Regulations
The Secretary may prescribe such regulations as the Secretary determines necessary to
carry out the provisions of this section.
(e) Recovery of amounts owed
An action may be brought for the recovery of fees, late payment penalties, and accrued
interest which have not been paid in accordance with this section against any person
obligated for payment of such assessments under this section in any United States district
court or other United States court for any territory or possession in any jurisdiction in
which such person is found or resides or transacts business, and such court shall have
jurisdiction to hear and decide such action.

(f) Definitions
(1) Animal quarantine lawsFor purposes of this section, the term “animal
quarantine laws” means—
(A)
section 306 of the Tariff Act of 1930 [3] (19 U.S.C. 1306);
(B)
section 9 of the Act of August 30, 1890 (21 U.S.C. 101);
(C)
the Animal Health Protection Act [7 U.S.C. 8301 et seq.]; or
(D)
any other Act administered by the Secretary relating to plant or animal
diseases or pests.
(2) Customs territory
For the purposes of subsection (a), the term “customs territory of the United
States” means the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

(3) Person
For the purposes of this section, the term “person” means an individual,
corporation, partnership, trust, association, or any other public or private entity, or
any officer, employee, or agent thereof.

(4) United States


For the purposes of subsection (b), the term “United States” means the several
States of the United States, the District of Columbia, Guam, the Commonwealth
of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin
Islands of the United States, and all other territories and possessions of the United
States.
(5) Vessel
For the purposes of subsection (a), the term “vessel” does not include any ferry.
(Pub. L. 101–624, title XXV, § 2509, Nov. 28, 1990, 104 Stat. 4069; Pub. L. 101–508,
title I, § 1203, Nov. 5, 1990, 104 Stat. 1388–11; Pub. L. 102–237, title X, § 1015, Dec.
13, 1991, 105 Stat. 1902; Pub. L. 104–127, title IX, § 917, Apr. 4, 1996, 110 Stat. 1187;
Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(b)(5), May 13, 2002, 116 Stat. 509.)

[1]  So in original. Probably should be “Liens”.

[2]  So in original. Probably should be “makes”.

[3]  See References in Text note below.

Notes
References in Text
The Animal Health Protection Act, referred to in subsecs. (c)(2), (f)(1)(C), is subtitle E
(§§ 10401–10418) of title X of Pub. L. 107–171, May 13, 2002, 116 Stat. 494, which is
classified principally to chapter 109 (§ 8301 et seq.) of Title 7, Agriculture. For complete
classification of this Act to the Code, see Short Title note set out under section 8301 of
Title 7 and Tables.
Section 306 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1306), referred to in subsec. (f)(1)(A),
was repealed by Pub. L. 107–171, title X, § 10418(a)(5), May 13, 2002, 116 Stat. 507.
Codification
Section is comprised of section 2509 of Pub. L. 101–624. Subsec. (b) and another subsec.
(c)(2) of section 2509 of Pub. L. 101–624 amended section 7759(f) of Title 7,
Agriculture, and section 114a of this title, respectively.
Amendments
2002—Subsec. (c)(2). Pub. L. 107–171, § 10418(b)(5)(A), added par. (2) relating to
veterinary diagnostics.
Subsec. (f)(1)(B) to (O). Pub. L. 107–171, § 10418(b)(5)(B), added subpars. (B) to (D)
and struck out former subpars. (B) to (O), which read as follows:
“(B) sections 6 through 10 of the Act of August 30, 1890 (26 Stat. 416, chapter 839; 21
U.S.C. 101–105);
“(C) section 2 of the Act of February 2, 1903 (32 Stat. 792, chapter 349; 21 U.S.C. 111);
“(D) the Act of May 29, 1884 (23 Stat. 32, chapter 60; 21 U.S.C. 112 to 114a–1, 115,
117–119, and 130) (commonly known as the ‘Animal Industry Act’);
“(E) the Act of February 28, 1947 (61 Stat. 7, chapter 8; 21 U.S.C. 114b, 114c, and 114d–
1);
“(F) the Act of June 16, 1948 (62 Stat. 458, chapter 477; 21 U.S.C. 114e and 114f);
“(G) Public Law 87–209 (21 U.S.C. 114g and 114h);
“(H) the Act of May 31, 1920 (41 Stat. 699, chapter 217; 21 U.S.C. 116);
“(I) the Act of February 2, 1903 (32 Stat. 791, chapter 349; 21 U.S.C. 112 and 120–122)
(commonly known as the ‘Cattle Contagious Diseases Act of 1903’);
“(J) the Act of March 3, 1905 (33 Stat. 1264, chapter 1496; 21 U.S.C. 123–127)
(commonly known as the ‘Cattle Contagious Diseases Act of 1905’);
“(K) the matter under the heading ‘Bureau of Animal Industry’ of the Act of June 30,
1914 (38 Stat. 419, chapter 131; 21 U.S.C. 128);
“(L) section 101 of Public Law 92–73 (21 U.S.C. 129);
“(M) the matter under the heading ‘Miscellaneous’ of the Act of May 26, 1910 (36 Stat.
440, chapter 256; 21 U.S.C. 131);
“(N) sections 1 through 6 and 11 through 13 of Public Law 87–518 (21 U.S.C. 134–
134h); or
“(O) any other Act administered by the Secretary relating to plant or animal diseases or
pests, other than the first section of Public Law 91–239 (21 U.S.C. 135).”
1996—Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 104–127 added subsec. (a) and struck out heading and text of
former subsec. (a) which consisted of pars. (1) to (4) relating to quarantine, inspection,
and transportation fees.
1991—Subsec. (a)(1). Pub. L. 102–237, § 1015(1), designated existing provisions as
subpar. (A), realigned margin, added heading, and added subpars. (B) to (D).
Subsec. (a)(3)(B)(ii). Pub. L. 102–237, § 1015(2), added cl. (ii) and struck out former cl.
(ii) which read as follows: “The Secretary of Treasury shall use the Account to provide
reimbursements to any appropriations accounts that incur the costs associated with the
services authorized in paragraph (1). Any such reimbursement shall be subject to
appropriations under clause (v).”
Subsec. (a)(4). Pub. L. 102–237, § 1015(3), substituted “Subject to the limits set forth in
paragraph (1), the” for “The”.
1990—Subsec. (a)(1). Pub. L. 101–508, § 1203(1), substituted “an international
passenger, commercial vessel, commercial aircraft, commercial truck, or railroad car.” for
“a commercial vessel, commercial aircraft, commercial truck, or railroad car,”.
Subsec. (a)(3)(B)(ii). Pub. L. 101–508, § 1203(2)(A), inserted at end “Any such
reimbursement shall be subject to appropriations under clause (v).”
Subsec. (a)(3)(B)(v). Pub. L. 101–508, § 1203(2)(B), added cl. (v).
Effective Date of 1990 Amendment
Amendment by Pub. L. 101–508 effective Nov. 29, 1990, see section 1301 of Pub. L.
101–508, set out as an Effective Date note under section 940d of Title 7, Agriculture.
Report on Agricultural Quarantine Inspection Fund
Pub. L. 104–66, title I, § 1012(c), Dec. 21, 1995, 109 Stat. 712, provided that:
“The Secretary of Agriculture shall not be required to submit a report to the appropriate
committees of Congress on the status of the Agricultural Quarantine Inspection fund
more frequently than annually.”
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7 CFR Part 305 - PHYTOSANITARY TREATMENTS

7 CFR Part 319 - FOREIGN QUARANTINE NOTICES

7 CFR Part 330 - FEDERAL PLANT PEST REGULATIONS; GENERAL; PLANT PESTS; SOIL,
STONE, AND QUARRY PRODUCTS; GARBAGE

7 CFR Part 352 - PLANT QUARANTINE SAFEGUARD REGULATIONS

7 CFR Part 353 - EXPORT CERTIFICATION

7 CFR Part 354 - OVERTIME SERVICES RELATING TO IMPORTS AND EXPORTS; AND USER
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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV

21 U.S. Code Subchapter IV -


IMPORTATION OF MILK AND
CREAM
§ 141 - Prohibition of importation without permit
§ 142 - Milk or cream when unfit for importation
§ 143 - Inspection; certified statement in lieu thereof; waiver of requirements of
section 142; regulations; suspension and revocation of permits
§ 144 - Unlawful receiving of imported milk or cream
§ 145 - Penalties
§ 146 - Authorization of appropriations
§ 147 - Repeal of inconsistent laws
§ 148 - Powers of State with respect to milk or cream lawfully imported
§ 149 - Definitions

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 141

21 U.S. Code § 141 - Prohibition of


importation without permit
On and after May 16, 1927, the importation into the United States of milk and cream is
prohibited unless the person by whom such milk or cream is shipped or transported into
the United States holds a valid permit from the Secretary of Health and Human
Services.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 1, 44 Stat. 1101; 1940 Reorg. Plan No. IV, § 12, eff. June 30,
1940, 5 F.R. 2421,54 Stat. 1237; 1953 Reorg. Plan No. 1, § 5, eff. Apr. 11, 1953, 18 F.R.
2053,67 Stat. 631; Pub. L. 96–88, title V, § 509(b), Oct. 17, 1979, 93 Stat. 695.)
Notes
Change of Name
“Secretary of Health and Human Services” substituted in text for “Secretary of Health,
Education, and Welfare” pursuant to section 509(b) of Pub. L. 96–88, which is classified
to section 3508(b) of Title 20, Education.
Short Title
Act July 12, 1943, ch. 221, title II, 57 Stat. 499, provided in part that act Feb. 15, 1927,
which is classified to this subchapter, may be cited as “Import Milk Act”.
Transfer of Functions
For transfer of functions of Federal Security Administrator to Secretary of Health,
Education, and Welfare [now Health and Human Services], and of Food and Drug
Administration to Federal Security Agency, see notes set out under section 321 of this
title.

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21 CFR Part 12 - FORMAL EVIDENTIARY PUBLIC HEARING

21 CFR Part 13 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC BOARD OF INQUIRY

21 CFR Part 14 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

21 CFR Part 15 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE COMMISSIONER

21 CFR Part 16 - REGULATORY HEARING BEFORE THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 142

21 U.S. Code § 142 - Milk or cream when


unfit for importation
Milk or cream shall be considered unfit for importation (1) when all cows producing such
milk or cream are not healthy and a physical examination of all such cows has not been
made within one year previous to such milk being offered for importation; (2) when such
milk or cream, if raw, is not produced from cows which have passed a tuberculin test
applied by a duly authorized official veterinarian of the United States, or of the country in
which such milk or cream is produced, within one year previous to the time of the
importation, showing that such cows are free from tuberculosis; (3) when the sanitary
conditions of the dairy farm or plant in which such milk or cream is produced or handled
do not score at least fifty points out of one hundred points according to the methods for
scoring as provided by the score cards used by the Bureau of Dairy Industry of the United
States Department of Agriculture at the time such dairy farms or plants are scored; (4) in
the case of raw milk if the number of bacteria per cubic centimeter exceeds three hundred
thousand and in the case of raw cream seven hundred and fifty thousand, in the case of
pasteurized milk if the number of bacteria per cubic centimeter exceeds one hundred
thousand, and in the case of pasteurized cream five hundred thousand; (5) when the
temperature of milk or cream at the time of importation exceeds fifty degrees Fahrenheit.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 2, 44 Stat. 1101.)
Notes
Transfer of Functions
Agricultural Research Service became the successor to functions of Bureau of Dairy
Industry under Secretary of Agriculture’s Memorandum 1320, Supplement 4, Nov. 2,
1953.
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21 CFR Part 12 - FORMAL EVIDENTIARY PUBLIC HEARING


21 CFR Part 13 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC BOARD OF INQUIRY

21 CFR Part 14 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

21 CFR Part 15 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE COMMISSIONER

21 CFR Part 16 - REGULATORY HEARING BEFORE THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 143

21 U.S. Code § 143 - Inspection; certified


statement in lieu thereof; waiver of
requirements of section 142; regulations;
suspension and revocation of permits
The Secretary of Health and Human Services shall cause such inspections to be made
as are necessary to insure that milk and cream are so produced and handled as to
comply with the provisions of section 142 of this title, and in all cases when he finds
that such milk and/or cream is produced and handled so as not to be unfit for
importation under clauses 1, 2, and 3 of section 142 of this title, he shall issue to persons
making application therefor permits to ship milk and/or cream into the United States:
Provided, That in lieu of the inspections to be made by or under the direction of the
Secretary he may, in his discretion, accept a duly certified statement signed by a duly
accredited official of an authorized department of any foreign government and/or of any
State of the United States or any municipality thereof that the provisions in clauses 1, 2,
and 3 of section 142 of this title have been complied with. Such certificate of the
accredited official of an authorized department of any foreign government shall be in the
form prescribed by the Secretary, who is authorized and directed to prescribe such
form as well as rules and regulations regulating the issuance of permits to import milk
or cream into the United States.
The Secretary is authorized, in his discretion, to waive the requirement of clause 4 of
section 142 of this title when issuing permits to operators of condenseries in which
milk and/or cream is used when sterilization of the milk and/or cream is a necessary
process: Provided, however, That no milk and/or cream shall be imported whose
bacterial count per cubic centimeter in any event exceeds one million two hundred
thousand: Provided, further, That such requirements shall not be waived unless the
farm producing such milk to be imported is within a radius of fifteen miles of the
condensery in which it is to be processed: Provided further, That if milk and/or cream
imported when the requirements of clause 4 of section 142 of this title, have been so
waived, is sold, used, or disposed of in its raw state or otherwise than as condensed
milk by any person, the permit shall be revoked and the importer shall be subject to
fine, imprisonment, or other penalty prescribed by this subchapter.
The Secretary is directed to waive the requirements of clauses 2 and 5 of section 142 of
this title insofar as the same relate to milk when issuing permits to operators of, or to
producers for delivery to, creameries and condensing plants in the United States
within twenty miles of the point of production of the milk, and who import no raw milk
except for pasteurization or condensing: Provided, That if milk imported when the
requirements of clauses 2 and 5 of section 142 of this title have been so waived is sold,
used, or disposed of in its raw state, or otherwise than as pasteurized, condensed, or
evaporated milk by any person, the permit shall be revoked and the importer shall be
subjected to fine, imprisonment, or other penalty prescribed by this subchapter.
The Secretary is authorized and directed to make and enforce such regulations as may in
his judgment be necessary to carry out the purpose of this subchapter for the handling
of milk and cream, for the inspection of milk, cream, cows, barns, and other facilities
used in the production and handling of milk and/or cream and the handling, keeping,
transporting, and importing of milk and/or cream: Provided, however, That unless
and until the Secretary shall provide for inspections to ascertain that clauses 1, 2, and 3
of section 142 of this title have been complied with, the Secretary shall issue temporary
permits to any applicants therefor to ship or transport milk and/or cream into the United
States.
The Secretary is authorized to suspend or revoke any permit for the shipment of milk
or cream into the United States when he shall find that the holder thereof has failed to
comply with the provisions of or has violated this subchapter or any of the regulations
made hereunder, or that the milk and/or cream brought or shipped by the holder of such
permit into the United States is not produced and handled in conformity with, or that the
quality thereof does not conform to, all of the provisions of section 142 of this title.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 3, 44 Stat. 1102; 1940 Reorg. Plan No. IV, § 12, eff. June 30,
1940, 5 F.R. 2421,54 Stat. 1237; 1953 Reorg. Plan No. 1, § 5, eff. Apr. 11, 1953, 18 F.R.
2053,67 Stat. 631; Pub. L. 96–88, title V, § 509(b), Oct. 17, 1979, 93 Stat. 695.)
Notes
Change of Name
“Secretary of Health and Human Services” substituted in text for “Secretary of Health,
Education, and Welfare” pursuant to section 509(b) of Pub. L. 96–88, which is classified
to section 3508(b) of Title 20, Education.
Transfer of Functions
For transfer of functions of Federal Security Administrator to Secretary of Health,
Education, and Welfare [now Health and Human Services], and of Food and Drug
Administration to Federal Security Agency, see notes set out under section 321 of this
title.

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21 CFR - Food and Drugs
21 CFR Part 10 - ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES

21 CFR Part 12 - FORMAL EVIDENTIARY PUBLIC HEARING

21 CFR Part 13 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC BOARD OF INQUIRY

21 CFR Part 14 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

21 CFR Part 15 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE COMMISSIONER

21 CFR Part 16 - REGULATORY HEARING BEFORE THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 144

21 U.S. Code § 144 - Unlawful receiving of


imported milk or cream
It shall be unlawful for any person in the United States to receive milk or cream
imported into the United States unless the importation is in accordance with the
provisions of this subchapter.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 4, 44 Stat. 1103.)
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21 CFR Part 12 - FORMAL EVIDENTIARY PUBLIC HEARING

21 CFR Part 13 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC BOARD OF INQUIRY

21 CFR Part 14 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

21 CFR Part 15 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE COMMISSIONER

21 CFR Part 16 - REGULATORY HEARING BEFORE THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 145

21 U.S. Code § 145 - Penalties


Any person who knowingly violates any provision of this subchapter shall, in addition
to all other penalties prescribed by law, be punished by a fine of not less than $50 nor
more than $2,000, or by imprisonment for not more than one year, or by both such fine
and imprisonment.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 5, 44 Stat. 1103.)

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21 CFR - Food and Drugs
21 CFR Part 10 - ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES

21 CFR Part 12 - FORMAL EVIDENTIARY PUBLIC HEARING

21 CFR Part 13 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC BOARD OF INQUIRY

21 CFR Part 14 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

21 CFR Part 15 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE COMMISSIONER

21 CFR Part 16 - REGULATORY HEARING BEFORE THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 146

21 U.S. Code § 146 - Authorization of


appropriations
There is authorized to be appropriated, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise
appropriated, the sum of $50,000 per annum, to enable the Secretary of Health and
Human Services to carry out the provisions of this subchapter.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 6, 44 Stat. 1103; 1940 Reorg. Plan No. IV, § 12, eff. June 30,
1940, 5 F.R. 2421,54 Stat. 1237; 1953 Reorg. Plan No. 1, § 5, eff. Apr. 11, 1953, 18 F.R.
2053,67 Stat. 631; Pub. L. 96–88, title V, § 509(b), Oct. 17, 1979, 93 Stat. 695.)
Notes
Change of Name
“Secretary of Health and Human Services” substituted in text for “Secretary of Health,
Education, and Welfare” pursuant to section 509(b) of Pub. L. 96–88, which is classified
to section 3508(b) of Title 20, Education.
Transfer of Functions
For transfer of functions of Federal Security Administrator to Secretary of Health,
Education, and Welfare [now Health and Human Services], and of Food and Drug
Administration to Federal Security Agency, see Transfer of Functions notes set out under
section 321 of this title.

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 147

21 U.S. Code § 147 - Repeal of


inconsistent laws
Any laws or parts of laws inconsistent with this subchapter are repealed.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 7, 44 Stat. 1103.)

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 148
21 U.S. Code § 148 - Powers of State with
respect to milk or cream lawfully
imported
Nothing in this subchapter is intended nor shall be construed to affect the powers of any
State, or any political subdivision thereof, to regulate the shipment of milk or cream
into, or the handling, sale, or other disposition of milk or cream in, such State or
political subdivision after the milk and/or cream shall have been lawfully imported
under the provisions of this subchapter.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 8, 44 Stat. 1103.)
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21 CFR - Food and Drugs
21 CFR Part 10 - ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES

21 CFR Part 12 - FORMAL EVIDENTIARY PUBLIC HEARING

21 CFR Part 13 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC BOARD OF INQUIRY

21 CFR Part 14 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

21 CFR Part 15 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE COMMISSIONER

21 CFR Part 16 - REGULATORY HEARING BEFORE THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 4 › Subchapter IV › § 149

21 U.S. Code § 149 - Definitions


When used in this subchapter—
(a)
The term “person” means an individual, partnership, association, or corporation.

(b)
The term “United States” means the fifty States and the District of Columbia.
(Feb. 15, 1927, ch. 155, § 9, 44 Stat. 1103; Pub. L. 86–70, § 19, June 25, 1959, 73 Stat.
145; Pub. L. 86–624, § 15, July 12, 1960, 74 Stat. 415.)
Notes
Amendments
1960—Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 86–624 substituted “means the fifty States and the District of
Columbia” for “means continental United States, including Alaska”.
1959—Subsec. (b). Pub. L. 86–70 inserted “, including Alaska” after “continental
United States”.

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21 CFR - Food and Drugs
21 CFR Part 10 - ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES AND PROCEDURES

21 CFR Part 12 - FORMAL EVIDENTIARY PUBLIC HEARING

21 CFR Part 13 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC BOARD OF INQUIRY

21 CFR Part 14 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE A PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE

21 CFR Part 15 - PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE COMMISSIONER

21 CFR Part 16 - REGULATORY HEARING BEFORE THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 5

21 U.S. Code Chapter 5 - VIRUSES,


SERUMS, TOXINS, ANTITOXINS, AND
ANALOGOUS PRODUCTS
§ 151 - Preparation and sale of worthless or harmful products for domestic animals
prohibited; preparation to be in compliance with rules at licensed establishments
§ 152 - Importation regulated and prohibited
§ 153 - Inspection of imports; denial of entry and destruction
§ 154 - Regulations for preparation and sale; licenses
§ 154a - Special licenses for special circumstances; expedited procedure; conditions;
exemptions; criteria
§ 155 - Permits for importation
§ 156 - Licenses conditioned on permitting inspection; suspension of licenses
§ 157 - Inspection
§ 158 - Offenses; punishment
§ 159 - Enforcement; penalties applicable; Congressional findings

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U.S. Code › Title 21 › Chapter 5 › § 151

21 U.S. Code § 151 - Preparation and sale


of worthless or harmful products for
domestic animals prohibited; preparation
to be in compliance with rules at licensed
establishments
It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to prepare, sell, barter, or
exchange in the District of Columbia, or in the Territories, or in any place under the
jurisdiction of the United States, or to ship or deliver for shipment in or from the
United States, the District of Columbia, any territory of the United States, or any place
under the jurisdiction of the United States, any worthless, contaminated, dangerous, or
harmful virus, serum, toxin, or analogous product intended for use in the treatment of
domestic animals, and no person, firm, or corporation shall prepare, sell, barter,
exchange, or ship as aforesaid any virus, serum, toxin, or analogous product
manufactured within the United States and intended for use in the treatment of domestic
animals, unless and until the said virus, serum, toxin, or analogous product shall have
been prepared, under and in compliance with regulations prescribed by the Secretary of
Agriculture, at an establishment holding an unsuspended and unrevoked license issued
by the Secretary of Agriculture as hereinafter authorized.
(Mar. 4, 1913, ch. 145, § 1 (part), 37 Stat. 832; Pub. L. 99–198, title XVII, § 1768(a),
Dec. 23, 1985, 99 Stat. 1654.)
Notes
Codification
The sections of this chapter are comprised of the sentences of the eighth paragraph under
the heading “Bureau of Animal Industry,” in the Department of Agriculture Appropriation
Act, 1914, as amended.
Another section 1768 of Pub. L. 99–198, cited as a credit to this section, amended section
136y of Title 7, Agriculture.
Amendments
1985—Pub. L. 99–198 substituted “in or from the United States, the District of
Columbia, any territory of the United States, or any place under the jurisdiction of the
United States” for “from one State or Territory or the District of Columbia to any other
State or Territory or the District of Columbia”.
Effective Date of 1985 Amendment
Pub. L. 99–198, title XVII, § 1768(f), Dec. 23, 1985, 99 Stat. 1655, provided that:
“(1)
Except as provided in paragraph (2), the amendments made by this section [enacting
sections 154a and 159 of this title and amending this section and sections 154 and 157 of
this title] shall become effective on the date of enactment of this Act [Dec. 23, 1985].
“(2)
(A)
Subject to subparagraphs (B) through (D), in the case of a person, firm, or corporation
preparing, selling, bartering, exchanging, or shipping a virus, serum, toxin, or analogous
product during the 12-month period ending on the date of enactment of this Act [Dec. 23,
1985] solely for intrastate commerce or for exportation, such product shall not after such
date of enactment, as a result of its not having been licensed or produced in a licensed
establishment, be considered in violation of the eighth paragraph of the matter under the
heading ‘BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY’ of the Act entitled ‘An Act making
appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
nineteen hundred and fourteen’, approved March 14, 1913 (as amended by this section)
[this chapter], until the first day of the 49th month following the date of enactment of this
Act.
“(B)
The exemption granted by subparagraph (A) may be extended by the Secretary of
Agriculture for a period up to 12 months in an individual case on a showing by a person,
firm, or corporation of good cause and a good faith effort to comply with such eighth
paragraph with due diligence.
“(C)
The exemption granted by subparagraph (A) must be claimed by the person, firm, or
corporation preparing such product by the first day of the 13th month following the date
of enactment of this Act [Dec. 23, 1985], in the form and manner prescribed by the
Secretary, unless the Secretary grants an extension of the time to claim such exemption in
an individual case for good cause shown.
“(D)
On the issuance by the Secretary of a license to such person, firm, or corporation for such
product prior to the first day of the 49th month following the date of enactment of this
Act [Dec. 23, 1985], or the end of an extension of the exemption granted by the
Secretary, the exemption granted by subparagraph (A) shall terminate with respect to
such product.”
Short Title
Act Mar. 4, 1913, ch. 145, § 1 [part], 37 Stat. 832, which is classified to this chapter, is
popularly known as the “Virus-Serum-Toxin Act”.
Transfer of Functions
For transfer of functions of the Secretary of Agriculture relating to agricultural import
and entry inspection activities under this chapter to the Secretary of Homeland Security,
and for treatment of related references, see sections 231, 551(d), 552(d), and 557 of Title
6, Domestic Security, and the Department of Homeland Security Reorganization Plan of
November 25, 2002, as modified, set out as a note under section 542 of Title 6.
Appropriations
An appropriation of $25,000 was made by act Mar. 4, 1913, for the purpose of carrying
into effect these provisions. The appropriation for the fiscal year 1926 was by act Feb. 10,
1925, ch. 200, 43 Stat. 827.

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9 CFR - Animals and Animal Products
9 CFR Part 101 - DEFINITIONS

9 CFR Part 102 - LICENSES FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS

9 CFR Part 103 - EXPERIMENTAL PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND EVALUATION OF


BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS PRIOR TO LICENSING

9 CFR Part 104 - PERMITS FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS

9 CFR Part 105 - SUSPENSION, REVOCATION, OR TERMINATION OF BIOLOGICAL LICENSES


OR PERMITS

9 CFR Part 106 - EXEMPTION FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS USED IN DEPARTMENT


PROGRAMS OR UNDER DEPARTMENT CONTROL OR SUPERVISION

9 CFR Part 107 - EXEMPTIONS FROM PREPARATION PURSUANT TO AN UNSUSPENDED AND


UNREVOKED LICENSE

9 CFR Part 108 - FACILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSED ESTABLISHMENTS

9 CFR Part 109 - STERILIZATION AND PASTEURIZATION AT LICENSED ESTABLISHMENTS

9 CFR Part 112 - PACKAGING AND LABELING

9 CFR Part 113 - STANDARD REQUIREMENTS

9 CFR Part 114 - PRODUCTION REQUIREMENTS FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS


9 CFR Part 115 - INSPECTIONS

9 CFR Part 116 - RECORDS AND REPORTS

9 CFR Part 117 - ANIMALS AT LICENSED ESTABLISHMENTS

9 CFR Part 118 - DETENTION; SEIZURE AND CONDEMNATION

9 CFR Part 122 - ORGANISMS AND VECTORS

9 CFR Part 123 - RULES OF PRACTICE GOVERNING PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE VIRUS-
SERUM-TOXIN ACT

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