Virginia Right to Farm Act Amendment - HB1430 - Martha Boneta: Boneta Bill is about all farmers - The Boneta Bill - Fauquier Free Citizen - introduced by Delegate Scott Lingamfelter, was the subject of a press conference attended by about 100 people in Virginia’s historic State Capitol Building on January 8. The Boneta Bill amends Virginia’s Right to Farm Act. Martha Boneta was one of the featured speakers. As she said, the Boneta Bill is about the rights of all farmers to farm and earn a living. Other speakers included farmer and best-selling author Joel Salatin, the Executive Director of the Virginia Campaign for Liberty Donna Holt, and Delegate Lingamfelter. Mark Fitzgibbons emceed the press conference. We can’t say it any better than Martha. Here is the video of her speech at the press conference.
DON'T MISS THIS INCREDIBLE AND HEARTFELT SPEECH BELOW AT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TUESDAY, DELEGATE SCOTT LINGAMFELTER, SPONSOR OF HB1430, VIRGINIA RIGHT TO FARM ACT, TO PROTECT FARMERS AND PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS.
Delegate Scott Lingamfelter speaking at Press Conference at Virginia State Capitol, HB1430, Virginia Right to Farm Act Amendment, sponsored HB1430 at 2013 General Assembly - Scott Lingamfelter explains why he introduced H.B. 1403, the Boneta Bill: “Always free; free always.”
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