Right to Garden Plan Blooms at Capitol

Right to Garden Plan Blooms at Capitol

Wisconsin’s Right to Garden plan is a step closer to becoming law.

An Assembly committee this week approved the plan which would stop local governments from banning vegetable or flower gardens. State Rep. Shae Sortwell is pushing the plan. He says leaders in his hometown of Two Rivers okayed a local ban on gardens. He says people have the right to grow their own food, and he says local governments should not be getting in the way.

The Right to Garden legislation now heads for a vote in front of the full legislature. CLICK HERE TO HARVEST MORE DETAILS.

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