The U.S. government wants to know where your greenhouse is. Under
Senate Bill 510 — which is now back in the hands of the U.S. Senate
after the House hid an amendment in an appropriations bill and passed it
last night — American food producers would be required to register
their facilities with the U.S. government. The feds, it seems, want a database of food growers so they know who to target for surprise inspections (show me your papers!).