Four years ago, members of the Northeast United Methodist Chuch asked Minneapolis officials if they needed a permit to build on church grounds a walipini, a type of greenhouse in which much of the structure is beneath the ground. They were told they just needed to abide by size and setback requirements, similar to putting a shed on their property. They successfully grew vegetables through the winter in the greenhouse, but at least one person filed a complaint that it was an eyesore, so city officials told the church to remove it.
But the campaign workers complaining about their union-negotiated salaries are being hypocritical too.
A trivial encounter between two irate grocery shoppers becomes a viral story, then a hate hoax.
Fans of the state's new Chick-fil-A law should take a look at the anti–Boycott, Divestments, and Sanctions law.
Right to Repair has become a national policy issue.
At least in the lower 48 states.