Over 2 years ago, Connecticut passed a law allowing for medical marijuana, but after so many months, there is still no medicinal cannabis legally for sale.
The USDA called in San Antonio police to arrest some vocal activists who were voicing concerns over new rules which would ruin the organic food label.
In Wales, smoking indoors was banned in 2007, but e-cigarettes are not covered by the law. Now the Welsh government is calling for a ban in public places.
After 5 decades of fluoridation, Dallas will cease poisoning its water supply with sodium fluoride, saving taxpayers a million dollars annually.
Biotech giant Monsanto leases some 1850 acres of land in Molokai to grow their Bt corn. Are Hawaiian islands being used as a GMO petri dish?
In 2008, California passed a law that by 2015 all eggs sold must be laid by hens raised in spacious areas. Iowa recently challenged the law, but failed.
Misconceptions about marijuana are being laid to rest across the country. Here are just 3 myths about marijuana that are totally untrue.
Florida gave a green light to Cannabis oil this past week. Non-psychoactive components of the marijuana plant can be used to treat seizures and pain.
Los Angeles county prosecutors accused 2 former sheriff’s deputies of planting weapons at a legal pot dispensary to try to establish grounds for arrest.
Will Vermont be the first state to pass an active mandatory GMO labeling bill? The GMO labeling bill in Vermont was recently sent straight to the Governor.
A marijuana advocacy group recently filed a petition to legalize possession of marijuana in Nevada, though it will be some time before a decision is made.
A recent report details the global infiltration of government regulatory agencies. Efforts to regulate toxic chemicals are compromised by special interests.
Fluoride is a toxic substance that shouldn’t be forced on any population, but the British government is suddenly trying to force fluoride on the people.
Canada passed new laws regarding production and distribution of marijuana—allowing for any licensed company to grow and ship their product to patients.
Brazil’s agricultural ministry is investigating a new case of atypical mad cow disease a year after several countries banned Brazilian beef imports.
Meet Irvin Rosenfeld, a South Florida stock broker who openly smokes 10 or so joints daily without legal harassment. The feds even provide the marijuana.
Is going non-GMO really that much more expensive for food manufacturers, causing an inevitable spike in food prices? They say it is.