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Zero-Tolerance Colorado Employer Fires Quadriplegic Man for Positive Medical Marijuana Test

Zero-Tolerance Colorado Employer Fires Quadriplegic Man for Positive Medical Marijuana Test

June 22, 2014 | by

A company with a zero-tolerance policy for marijuana use has fired a man in Colorado when a random pee-test came up positive for marijuana. Justifiable?

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U.S. Health Care Ranked Dead Last Compared to 10 Countries

U.S. Health Care Ranked Dead Last Compared to 10 Countries

June 21, 2014 | by

When compared to 10 other countries, the United States once again ranked dead last when comparing health care systems and their efficacy.

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Awesome: Oregon Aims to Be First State to Map GMO Fields

Awesome: Oregon Aims to Be First State to Map GMO Fields

June 20, 2014 | by

With counties already banning GMOs, Oregon now plans to map out all GMO fields within its borders to help mitigate the damage of cross-pollination.

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Supreme Court Sides with POM Wonderful in Coca-Cola Lawsuit

Supreme Court Sides with POM Wonderful in Coca-Cola Lawsuit

June 20, 2014 | by

Pom Wonderful is taking Coca Cola to court, saying Coca Cola is stealing customers with misleading claims. The Supreme Court is allowing it to move forward.

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Annual Retail Sales for Hemp at $581 Million, Growing by 24% Annually

Annual Retail Sales for Hemp at $581 Million, Growing by 24% Annually

June 19, 2014 | by

Hemp is gaining some much-deserved attention. In fact, annual retail sales for hemp are at approximately $581 million and growing by 24% annually.

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Groups File Lawsuit over Vermont’s New GMO Labeling Law

Groups File Lawsuit over Vermont’s New GMO Labeling Law

June 18, 2014 | by

Four national groups part of the Grocery Manufacturers Association have filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging Vermont’s mandatory GMO labeling law.

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Successfully Overturning the Fed’s Hemp Ban: 4 Uses for Hemp

Successfully Overturning the Fed’s Hemp Ban: 4 Uses for Hemp

June 17, 2014 | by

Hemp cultivation is only allowed in studies in a few states as part of the latest federal farm bill, but its widespread cultivation in still illegal. Why?

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Biotech Seeks to Overturn Hawaii County GMO-Banning Law

Biotech Seeks to Overturn Hawaii County GMO-Banning Law

June 16, 2014 | by

Hawaii’s big island currently has a law restricting the use of genetically modified crops, now, big biotech has filed a lawsuit to overturn the GMO ban.

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It’s Getting Harder to Hide Infants from Questionable Vaccinations

It’s Getting Harder to Hide Infants from Questionable Vaccinations

June 16, 2014 | by

It seems that some doctors are extremely concerned about the hepatitis B vaccination, calling it dangerous and completely unnecessary to give to a child.

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Farmers See Better Animal Health with Non-GMO Feed, But Scared to Say So

Farmers See Better Animal Health with Non-GMO Feed, But Scared to Say So

June 15, 2014 | by

Farmers across the nation have reported ill effects in their animals when fed GMO corn and soy feed, but switching to non-GMO feed fixes the problem.

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