Senators: Hold S.510! No to S.3767!
Natural Solutions Foundation
The Voice of Global Health Freedom™
DOUBLE RED ALERT!!
Tell Your Senators to Continue Stopping S510!
Ask them to KEEP the "Hold" on the Bill!
Tell them: DO NOT SUPPORT S.3767
Introduced on 09.13.10
This Bill will Criminalize Food Sales the Govt Doesn't Like...
See Here for New Bill Text:
09.14.10 - Hundreds an hour taking this Action! We need thousands! Please forward this action item to all your contacts! Push Back!
09.14.10 - Yesterday, in the waning days of the 111th Congress, as We the People prepare to throw the rascals out, Big Agra Biz' friends in Congress have taken the unusual late-session step of introducing a criminal penalty bill. The bill reintroduces a 10 year jail term for anyone who sells what the govt later decides was "adulterated" or "misbranded" food, a provision which had been removed from the House-passed (sic) "Food Safety" version last year (HR.1279). The political insiders plan, our contacts tell us, to add S.3767 to S.510 so the penalties can be in the final bill approved by the conference committee, if We the People allow S.510 to pass the US Senate!
Below is the latest Action Item we need you to take!
Tell Your Senators that the Bill stinks like a Rotten (Factory Farm) Egg!
Bullet Point List of Bad S.510 Provisions:
STOP THE MONOPOLY BILL! STOP FORCED INDUSTRIALIZATION OF OUR LOCAL FOOD SUPPLIES! STOP THE BIG AGRI BIZ POWER GRAB!"
We need to let our Senators know we will be monitoring their activities on these issues closely. Please continue to the Action Item below.
Natural Solutions Foundation Trustees
Maj. Gen. Bert Stubblebine (US Army, ret) - President
Dr. Rima E. Laibow, MD
Ralph Fucetola JD
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