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SCA has Moved
Stevens County Assembly has a new website at: www.StevensCountyAssembly.com. Republic Assembly (RepublicAssembly.com) will continue to be an education website; will now focus more on National issues. Whereas, the new Stevens County Assembly website (www.StevensCountyAssembly.com) will be more Stevens County and Washington orientated.
Many towns, countries, and states across America are reorganizing their economies independently. North Dakota is a shining example of this in that they have not only made excellent use of mineral extraction, but have also reorganized the way they bank. Through the cooperation of communities, businesses and government, they have one of the most solid economies in our country.
There is also another great and needed change moving across the states: The Food Sovereignty Acts. Counties and towns in seven states have enacted this ordinance. Wyoming has passed a bill for the entire state concerning food sovereignty. This is a matter of extreme importance.
The backbone and heritage of our nation is strongly tied to our agriculture to include general farming, fruit orchards, ranching, vegetable growers and others. This way of life is extremely important and it is under attack daily in our nation. Our local farmers are at risk because of over-regulation and out-sourcing of produce and meat to other countries whose standards are much lower than ours.
Read over the Preamble for this ordinance from the state of Vermont.
WHEREAS all people are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, and among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; and
WHEREAS Food is human sustenance and is the fundamental prerequisite to life; and
WHEREAS The basis of human sustenance rests on the ability of all people to save seed, grow, process, consume and exchange food and farm products; and
THEREFORE, Be it resolved, that We the People, stand our rights under the 10th Amendment to the US Constitution and reject such Federal decrees, statues, regulations or corporate practices that threaten our basic human right to save seed, grow, process, consume and exchange food and farm products within the State of Vermont.
This template has been used by numerous cities and counties.
Listed below are some of the purposes:
• Promoting the purchase and consumption of fresh local agricultural products
• Enhancing the local agriculture/economy
• Providing citizens with access to healthy foods from known sources.
• Protecting and shielding local producers from unconstitutional and unlawful regulations
This idea has been practiced in Vermont for some time and is yielding
excellent results. Bringing things down to the local level is the way we save
our economy, build community and ultimately save our nation from ruin.
These kinds of traditional values helped make America the greatest nation on earth. It takes participation to make it happen.
Please attend the next Stevens County Assembly meeting where we will go over the entire purposed ordinance in detail. This meeting will be held on Monday the 9th at Chewelah Senior Citizens center on 302 East Main Avenue at 6:00 P.M. This is absolutely needed and it will only come to fruition if you participate.
“It’s time to circle the wagons, folks!”
Stevens County Assembly