Recently, Monsanto’s CEO admitted that the industry needs to do more to sway the public and convince everyone that GMOs are the one and only answer.
Millions have been duped by the use of corporate language within the food products industry, and they may not even know it.
On January 28, protesters braved the elements to voice opposition against Monsanto and the destruction of agriculture that they represent.
In an analysis of our First Amendment rights, attorneys determined that labeling GMOs is far from unconstitutional. It is protected under the Bill of Rights.
Recently, Connecticut, which legalized the medical marijuana program in 2012, announced medical pot would finally be available for purchase by summer 2014.
Illinois is allowing patients with over 41 medical conditions to legally smoke marijuana, but they must give up their Second Amendment right to own a gun.
Following consumer outrage, Chick-fil-A has decided to remove high fructose corn syrup from their buns and artificial dyes from their sauces and dressings.
A new ballot measure in southern Oregon requesting GMO labeling is being fought by the sugar beet industry, with $55,000 donated so far to defeat the bill.
Even after utilizing a clearly stated religious exemption, one woman was fired when she refused to get the flu vaccine. Now she is suing the hospital.
This time next year all of Hawaii could have a GMO food labeling bill that requires Monsanto and other biotech companies to label their GMO frankenfoods.