This farmer is fighting his city’s anti-Christian discrimination
June 1, 2017
Steve Tennes, owner of Country Mill Farms in East Lansing, Mich., wants to be able to sell the (literal) fruits of his labor. But thanks to a new policy at his local farmers market, he won’t be able to do so this summer.
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