Contact your legislator today: buff.ly/35rcRH2
Georgia already has some of the strongest farm laws in the U.S. against frivolous lawsuits and for property rights. HB 150 would gut protections for property owners, and makes it easier for global meat companies to operate without regard to their neighbors.
Lowndes County farmers Rick and Martha Griffis summed it up in the Valdosta Daily Times Friday:
As local tree farmers, nothing is more important than being able to protect, and be good stewards of the land you are entrusted with.
We are strongly opposed to HB 1150 which repeals and replaces protections for family farmers that have existed for more than three decades.
Photo: Waterkeeper Alliance via Sierra Club
You can also find telephone numbers for your Georgia Senator here:
If you don’t know which legislator is yours, you can find out here:
Floridians, Georgia hog lagoons in the Suwannee River Basin would be upstream from Florida. So please ask all your Georgia friends to call their legislators. Or Floridians can call them, too, to emphasize it’s a problem spread beyond one state.
People from anywhere can do that.
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
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