Judge Napolitano Weighs in on Massachusetts’ Ban on Bake Sales
A new law in Massachusetts would ban bake sales at public schools in an effort to contribute in the fight against obesity.
Judge Andrew Napolitano believes this ban is very "serious" because it shows the government, particularly in Massachusetts, “doesn’t recognize any limitations on its power.” He went on to say that it also shows that the bureaucrats think they know what is best for you and your children.
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“[Bake sales] are as American as apple pie … as is the use of a bake sale to raise money for extracurricular activities.”
He continued, “The fact that they now want to make this 24/7, would basically say to parents and students, ‘You can’t even do this on a Saturday in your driveway,’ as opposed to a Thursday afternoon in the school parking lot.”