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9. Food Freedom
Let people make their own food choices. Absent a narrowly defined and compelling state interest, neither the federal government nor state or local governments has authority under the Constitution to ban any food.
10. Picking Winners
Q: Should federal government policies favor large or small farmers, ranchers, grocers, restaurants, and other food businesses?
In my column next week, I’ll build on these ideas by presenting one idea each from 10 leading food scholars, attorneys, authors, advocates, and others about important food-policy issues they'd like to see discussed in the presidential campaign.