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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Pitchfork Protest Comes to Richmond!


Pitchfork Protest Comes to Richmond!

The Boneta Bill, H.B. 1430, will be heard Monday, January 28 at 5 pm by the Virginia House Ag Committee.

We need hundreds of people at the Virginia State Capitol.  We need the original Pitchfork Protest (from August in Warrenton) on steroids!

We will be meeting at 3:30 pm on the corner of N 10th St and Bank Street. Signs, banners and pitchfork facsimiles are permissible on the public sidewalk and no permit is needed.

Please ready announcements to your lists, on your websites, social media, etc.  Alert your press contacts.

Get people there.

Stand up to people like Fauquier County zoning Czar Kim Johnson who tell people they are “out of line” and threaten them with $5,000 fines if they refuse to go.

Be ready to sing Happy Birthday to the Fauquier County supervisors who will be there to testify that they need more power to regulate birthday parties for little girls and the sale of organic herbal tea.


Don't wait for instructions. "Rush to the sound of guns!"

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Supporters of  HB 1430, the Boneta Bill introduced on January 8th by Scott Lingamfelter, will Bring the Pitchfork Protest to the State Capitol in Richmond on January 28th.

Organizers expect to garner significant media attention as well, since this bill has quickly become the most controversial bill of the legislative session, and indeed this legislation is being watched closely by property rights groups all across the nation.

Supporters of HB 1430, the Boneta Bill introduced on January 8th by Delegate Scott Lingamfelter, will bring the Pitchfork Protest to the State Capitol in Richmond on January 28th.

Organizers expect to garner significant media attention as well, since this bill has quickly become the most controversial bill of the legislative session, and indeed this legislation is being watched closely by property rights groups all across the nation.

The following announcement has gone out to farmers, property rights supporters, and other organizations Statewide: