Last week, the Federal Alcohol, Tobacco, Tax, and Trade Bureau announced it had approved the sale of powdered alcohol, which is dry alcohol that can be mixed with water to create an alcoholic beverage. Today the agency announced that the initial approval was issued "in error" and has now been rescinded. So we can add powdered alcohol to the list of products that the federal bureaucrats have decided we cannot be allowed to have - even though the 21st amendment explicitly leaves the power to regulate alcohol to the states.
Campaign for Liberty is continuing to work to stop federal bureaucrats from telling us what we can and cannot eat and drink, whether it is powdered alcohol or raw milk.
Tags: nanny state, raw milk