If there is surplus food then there has to be a bill to allow the donation to chartiable organizations. Is that necessary? Does permission needed to be given by the state to donate the food?
Senate bill SB 2746 states:
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI MEDICAL CENTER TO DONATE SURPLUS FOOD TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS; TO AUTHORIZE THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO ALLOW PERMITTED RESTAURANTS AND FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS TO DONATE SURPLUS FOOD TO CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS; AND FOR RELATED PURPOSES.
Just another waste of time or is it that the government has to be involved in every aspect of life? Do you mean that before this bill the Center was just throwing their excess food away? This is your government hope it is the dream group that you always thought it to be.