It’s time to demand that President Obama keep his 2007 promise to label GMOs and veto the DARK Act that would make GMO labeling illegal.
House members who voted to keep the public from knowing what is in their food via the DARK Act were paid 3 times as much as representatives who voted to give us the right to label or ban GMO foods.
Was John Russell Houser on or off his meds at the time of the shooting in the movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana? There always seems to be a connection.
Let’s stop the DARK Act now before it becomes a law, and tell the Senate we want GMO lableing! Sign this petition and let your voice be heard.
Statewide GMO labeling could soon be ruled ‘illegal’ if Senate decides to pass the notorious ‘DARK Act’, which would stop all mandatory GMO labeling.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office has raided medical marijuana programs of two tribal authorities in Northern California, which apparently is completely legal.
The World Health Organization has reiterated its stance on the herbicide glyphosate’s carcinogenic profile, now calling it ‘definitely genotoxic.’
The German Beekeepers Association (DIB), representing almost 100,000 beekeepers, has called for a nationwide ban on GMO crop cultivation.
Public supporter of GMO labeling Gary Hirshberg just hosted a $2700-per-person fundraiser for Hillary Clinton. Is he supporting a known-GMO supporter?
More than 125 CEOs and business leaders have signed a letter to be sent to Obama urging him to make good on his 2007 promise to make GMO labeling a reality.
A judge recently halted the merging of two of the largest food corporations in the world – Sysco and US Foods. Why? It would lead to higher prices.
The McDivitt Law Firm is looking to sue Monsanto over the proven link between glyphosate (in Monsanto’s Round Up) and non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
Bill Maher has some hilarious, if not pertinent advice for the people of Maui regarding their fight against Monsanto and genetically modified foods.
A recent survey involving 358,000 verified and credentialed physicians found that 68 percent of respondents support GMO labeling.
The White House has officially announced that it will be rolling out a new ‘GMO regulation’ plan that could radically change the current food supply.
The Supreme Court is permitting mercury and other highly toxic air pollutants emitted from plants to remain insufficiently regulated.
Minnesota has now joined other states participating in the industrial hemp pilot program set forth via the relatively recently passed Farm Act.