I personally believe that there is a certain point that there is to a certain that people do have a certain responsibility to their neighborhood to keep their yard neat, but there is nothing wrong with a garden and people growing their own food.A homeowner has every right to have a garden where ever they please.
“Julie Bass” ,of a Detroit suburb,” faces the prospect of going to jail for what she’s growing in her front yard” (Kirpalani 1). She allegedly grew tomatoes zucchini and pepper which would normally be considered legal to grow. Her hometown of Oak Park, MIch. has charged her with “growing vegetables in front yard space”. Bass’ front yard was torn apart after the removal of a broken sewage pipe. “There were piles of dirt outside and we knew we had to something”(Kirpalani 2). She requested permission to have a garden from the parks and recreation department. Never the less she was arrested for growing tomatoes and such in her front yard supposedly against the parks and recreations department’s wishes. She was unjustly prosecuted for a meaningless dispute over appropriate uses of planter boxes to make a vegetable garden look neat and clean as opposed to be being dingy and dirty.
The owner of Rawesome Foods was arrested for allegedly selling raw food products particularly raw milk to consumers without a license . James Stewart jumped bail on the charges and was on a later date strong armed by bail agents.Stewart had failed to show up to two court appearances. However stewart was no actually selling to consumers. These “consumers” did not buy any said products; they were under a herd share agreement the members don’t consider themselves buying the said product because they already own the animals so they’re not being sold anything.
The 9th amendment is pretty much a cover all for anything not mentioned by name in the constitution or the bill of rights.The 9th amendment protects rights not enumerated in the constitution. Enumerated meaning to...
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