Monsanto has given up pursuing operations in Europe and other nations around the world — but when will they be kicked out of the US?
The USDA appears to be more concerned than they’re letting on to over the escape of Monsanto’s genetically modified wheat into the environment.
The Connecticut state Senate has amended and passed GMO labeling bill HB 6527 by an overwhelming vote of 134-3.
Biotechnology corporation Monsanto, along with GMOs, have been shown numerous times to make us sterile. The infertility business is booming.
The Illinois Agricultural Department recently seized Terrence Ingram’s privately-owned bees resistant to Monsanto’s GMO pesticides.
Found in farmland within the state of Oregon, the USDA is now admitting that we may have a very serious case of GM crop pollution.
The mainstream media has failed once again to cover events that matter, such as the March Against Monsanto. But in reality, it doesn’t matter.
By summer of 2013, the U.S. is expected to allow genetically modified salmon and allow for genetic engineering in farm animals for human consumption.
The March Against Monsanto has been a major success, generating mass awareness across the nation – Anthony Gucciardi covers the event.
Protests have delayed Dow AgroSciences from releasing a new genetically modified corn crop known as Enlist, one of numerous GMO crops to come.
Senators in Washington D.C. voted against a key GMO labeling amendment to the Farm bill. One that would have allowed states to decide to label GMOs.
Over 800 esteemed scientists have spoken out against GMOs, calling for the end of the GMO ‘experiment’ on the population.
China has destroyed a total of at least three genetically modified corn shipments with origins from the United States in a major anti-GMO move.
Sparked by 70,000 different chemicals, foreign hormones called xenoestrogens are interfering with the natural estrogen in your body, causing numerous health complications.
Massive activism and outrage over the Monsanto Protection Act has led to a new bill that may repeal it within the Senate.
The USDA is brushing off activists, saying it needs ‘more time’ to conduct environmental studies on Monsanto’s GMO crops.
The United States government has been caught in a series of new leaks literally using taxpayer dollars to promote Monsanto’s GM seeds to other nations.