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El Salvador Pressured to Buy $277 Million Worth of Monsanto’s GM Poison Seed

El Salvador Pressured to Buy $277 Million Worth of Monsanto’s GM Poison Seed

June 13, 2014 | by

El Salvador is being pressured to buy ‘improved’ GMO seeds – not to feed its country, but to further the interests of poison GMO-producer Monsanto.

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Win: Kyrgyzstan Initiates 100% GMO Ban for 5.5 Million Population

Win: Kyrgyzstan Initiates 100% GMO Ban for 5.5 Million Population

June 12, 2014 | by

This past Wednesday, a nation known as Kyrgyzstan became one of the first countries in the world to ban all GMO crops, including sale and importation.

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Housing Bubble Solution: Low Cost, Off Grid, Small Agricultural Plot Living

Housing Bubble Solution: Low Cost, Off Grid, Small Agricultural Plot Living

June 12, 2014 | by

A new community being created in Somerset might be the seed for multiple off-grid, low-cost, rural homesteads across multiple countries.

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Limiting DEA’s Reach: House Votes on Bills Allowing States to Grow Hemp W/O Interference

Limiting DEA’s Reach: House Votes on Bills Allowing States to Grow Hemp W/O Interference

June 11, 2014 | by

Recently, the U.S. House voted on two amendments that would prohibit the DEA from over-stepping their boundaries when it comes to hemp cultivation.

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Monsanto Contaminating African White Bread with GMO Soy

Monsanto Contaminating African White Bread with GMO Soy

June 10, 2014 | by

A new report details how Monsanto’s genetically modified soy is contaminating much of the white bread in Africa – industry-wide contamination.

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California Could be First for Soft Drink Warning Labels

California Could be First for Soft Drink Warning Labels

June 10, 2014 | by

Due to the unhealthful, dangerous nature of sugary drinks, state lawmakers in California have moved closer to putting warning labels on all soft drinks.

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Feds may Soon Stop Harassing States over Medical Marijuana Programs

Feds may Soon Stop Harassing States over Medical Marijuana Programs

June 10, 2014 | by

A measure that would keep federal enforcement efforts from interfering in state medical marijuana laws recently passed the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Delaware Marijuana Bill Legalizes Possession

Delaware Marijuana Bill Legalizes Possession

June 9, 2014 | by

A bill introduced in Delaware would allow for adults 21 and over to possess up to one ounce of marijuana for their own personal consumption.

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Minnesota: First State to Ban Ingredient in Antibacterial Soaps

Minnesota: First State to Ban Ingredient in Antibacterial Soaps

June 8, 2014 | by

Minnesota has banned the potentially-harmful ingredient triclosan, commonly found in antibacterial soaps and tied to numerous health issues.

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Toxic Controversy: Why is Mercury Still Used in Vaccines?

Toxic Controversy: Why is Mercury Still Used in Vaccines?

June 7, 2014 | by

One of the biggest controversies raging among anti-vaccine supporters and those who still believe in being vaccinated is over the use of toxic mercury.

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