DeSantis Signs Legislation Banning Lab-Grown Meat

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On Wednesday, Florida GOP Governor Ron DeSantis signed legislation outlawing the production and distribution of lab-grown meat in the state of Florida. It is set to go into effect on July 1st. SB 1084 forbids the production, distribution, or sale of farmed meat within the state and imposes fines for doing so.

DeSantis (R-Fla.) described how groups like the World Economic Forum (WEF) are promoting their own ideological stances in the agriculture sector.

“These will be people who lecture us about things like global warming, they will say that you can’t drive an internal combustion engine vehicle, they’ll say that agriculture’s bad, meanwhile, they’re flying to Davos in their private jets,” DeSantis said.

“So this is really a vision of imposing restrictions on freedoms for everyday people, while these elites are effectively pulling the stings, calling the shots, and doing whatever the hell they want to do in their own lives,” DeSantis added. In the state of Florida, the governor declared that World Economic Forum policies are “dead on arrival.” However, he also clarified that market competitiveness is not the reason behind the organization’s concentration on promoting lab-grown meat.

“Because they know if that was put out their to compete with normal beef, that they would lose,” DeSantis said. “So I recognize some of these threats that we’re seeing from some of these elites throughout the world, in places like Davos,” he added. “I understand that they put a target on the back of agriculture,” DeSantis added. “We stand with agriculture, with with ranchers, we stand with our farmers, because we understand it’s important for the backbone of the state, it’s important for our culture, it’s important for our heritage.”

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Doug Mastriano wants to ban lab-grown meat in Pennsylvania. The Republican state Senator from Franklin County says a ban is needed to protect farms that raise and slaughter livestock. Last year, federal regulators approved the production and sale of lab-grown meat, a process that would eliminate the need for raising and slaughtering livestock. Mastriano put out a co-sponsor memo for his proposed legislation earlier this week to ban both producing and selling lab-grown meat

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