It's been a while since I updated this blog. This is due in large part to my recent move across the country from the Washington, DC area to Seattle. Here's some recent news on my professional service, speaking, and writing.
Service - I'm pleased to announce that I recently joined the board of directors of the nonprofit Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund. The FTCLDF defends the rights of family farms and protects consumer access to raw milk.
Speaking - In January, I delivered a talk on food safety regulations in Maui, Hawaii. The talk was sponsored by the Grassroot Institute. The next day, I gave a book talk at the University of Hawaii Law School in Oahu. The law school's Federalist Society student chapter sponsored the talk. Earlier this week, I gave a book talk at the University of Oregon Law School. The talk was co-sponsored by the law school's Federalist Society and American Constitution Society student chapters.
Writing - I recently published an op-ed in the Sacramento Bee on an excellent California bill that could lift many restrictions on food sales by home cooks. I also continue to pen a weekly column for Reason magazine's website, as I've done for the past five years.