“A Tulsa legislator wants to loosen state regulations of raw milk dairies to allow them to deliver directly to consumers. ‘Basically, my hope is that we can make milkmen legal again,’ said Rep. Ken Walker, R-Tulsa. ‘Since these customers already go to the farm, my sole purpose is to let the farmer deliver to the home.’ Committee Chairman Dale DeWitt, R-Braman, said he is uncomfortable with some of the health risks that broadening the availability of raw milk would carry. ‘The risk is very, very low, but if there was any kind of outbreak of anything from the distribution of raw milk, … it would just literally kill the industry,’ he said.”
There will be speakers both pro and con on the issue and an opportunity for questions from the audience during most sessions.
Saturday August 10
9AM – 4:30PM
Spirit Life Church
5345 S. Peoria Ave
Tickets are $10 to cover costs.
Advance ticket purchase is required.
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