(Washington Times) Milk and lemonade may seem like the staples of youthful innocence, but on Saturday a group of activists hope to turn them into the tools of protests when they take to the Capitol to demand the government stop interfering in sales of fresh milk and stop shutting down kids' lemonade stands.
The Raw Milk freedom Riders and Lemonade Freedom Day, two separate groups that each want the government out of their transactions, are unifying their voices, saying that together they can drive home a message that the government should butt out.
"This issue is not just about raw milk and it's not just about lemonade. It's about every individual's right to consume the food of their choice," said Robert Fernandes, founder of Lemonade Freedom Day.
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