New Orleans Libertarians cheer progress on bills allowing raw milk, expanding medical marijuana

The New Orleans, Louisiana LP chapter was featured in an article on April 19 in the Mid-City Messenger, an online New Orleans newspaper.

“The New Orleans chapter of the Libertarian party applauded the recent forward movement of two bills in the state Senate that would legalize the sale of raw milk from farmers and expand access to medical marijuana in Louisiana, all while continuing to prepare for their party’s national convention next month.

“Wendy Adams and other Libertarians had testified last week before the Senate Health and Welfare Committee on behalf of both bills, and the committee went on to pass both, Adams reported to the New Orleans Libertarians at their monthly meeting Monday night. The full Senate went on to pass the raw-milk bill by a vote of 23-12 on Monday (April 18), and the marijuana bill is pending before the Senate this week.”

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