In 2021, all 50 states will have new prepper laws. If you’re a prepper, it’s important to know what these laws are in each of the 50 states. For example, in California you may be allowed to stockpile more food than other state residents because they have an abundance of fresh produce and meat due to climate conditions. In Florida, people can’t stockpile anything that could freeze because they don’t get cold winters like we do here in Maine!
It is your responsibility as a prepper to stay up-to-date with the latest changes so you know how much food or water you can store without risking breaking any law. This blog post has links for every state so you can find out which one fits your needs and
1. What kind of crucial resources would you want to have on-hand in the event of a catastrophic event?
2. Do you think that, as time goes on, it will become increasingly difficult for preppers to hoard resources due to increased security regulations and general public awareness?
3. Did your state enact any changes or additional laws regulating prepping in the last 2020s?
4. Which new law do you feel is most relevant and important for preppers today?
Preparation is crucial for the modern day Prepper. The most common concern among those in this community of people are government collapse, war or other disastrous scenarios which we all hope to avoid. Nonetheless, it’s essential to understand what laws may be used against us and how they can help our cause with a little bit of research beforehand so I’ve complied some infomration on each state that will either negatively or positively impact you depending on your situation as well as kept it short and sweet by listing only relevant information about these states .
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In today’s world where uncertainty abounds everywhere one looks – from natural disasters such as Hurricane Sandy through terrorism threats at home here in America – preparing has become more important than ever before. One area often
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Plus, you may even find a state that suits your prepping style better than the one you’re currently residing in. First, let’s cover the federal laws. If you do not see the law for which information is sought on this website please click here to view nearly all of US statutes and regulations (scroll down until it says “Laws