From: Libertas Institute
To: Ric Cantrell,
Subject: Beekeeping… illegal by default in the Beehive State?
Date: Tue Apr 25 21:39:47 MDT 2017
Body:

We live in the Beehive State — and if you take a close look at the state flag, right in the center you'll see the iconic beehive. What you see is called a "skep" — and it's outlawed in the state that bears this image on its flag.

And in the Beehive State, you are prohibited by law from keeping bees unless you register with the state and pay a yearly fee. Thus, by default, beekeeping is an illegal activity in a state literally named after it.

In our latest video, we highlight this odd scenario, and explore why this type of regulation is unnecessary. Buzz your way on over to watch:

Watch the video

In liberty,

Libertas Institute

Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Forward to a Friend 
Copyright © 2017 Libertas Institute, All rights reserved.
You are receiving this email because you opted in at our website, are a delegate, or have otherwise identified yourself as a supporter of liberty in Utah.

Our mailing address is:
Libertas Institute
785 E. 200 S.
Suite 2
Lehi, UT 84043

Add us to your address book

unsubscribe from this list | update subscription preferences