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Student Drug Testing Highly Prevalent but Ineffective, Says Study

Student Drug Testing Highly Prevalent but Ineffective, Says Study

March 30, 2014 | by

A new study indicates more high school students than ever are exposed to drug testing programs, despite the fact that they do far more harm than good.

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Some Marijuana Convictions may Be Reversed in Colorado

Some Marijuana Convictions may Be Reversed in Colorado

March 29, 2014 | by

While it’s highly unlikely that Colorado will release all marijuana offenders or reverse all past convictions, some may have their convictions thrown out.

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History Made: Brazilian Court Says No to Bayer GMO Corn, Sets New Legal Precedence

History Made: Brazilian Court Says No to Bayer GMO Corn, Sets New Legal Precedence

March 28, 2014 | by

Brazilians just set an international precedence for getting rid of GMO crops through a shocking and historic legal decision made by the Federal Court.

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Heinz Targeted for Claiming Products to be “All Natural” While Containing GMOs

Heinz Targeted for Claiming Products to be “All Natural” While Containing GMOs

March 28, 2014 | by

Heinz is being targeted for claiming that its white vinegar product is natural. The product can’t be considered natural because it is made with GMO corn.

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Random Drug Testing Recommended for Elders, Children, Basically Everyone

Random Drug Testing Recommended for Elders, Children, Basically Everyone

March 28, 2014 | by

Some experts have recommended random drug testing become commonplace, not only for the safety of everyone, but to line their own pockets.

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Kentucky “One Step Closer” to Allowing Medical Marijuana Oil

Kentucky “One Step Closer” to Allowing Medical Marijuana Oil

March 28, 2014 | by

In the fight for marijuana legalization, Kentucky passed a bill that would allow marijuana oil for certain medical conditions such as seizures.

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Communities Continue to Fluoridate Water Supply Despite Public Outrage

Communities Continue to Fluoridate Water Supply Despite Public Outrage

March 27, 2014 | by

Recently, a city and county meeting assembled in Albuquerque to discuss the fluoridation of the community’s water supply – the public loses.

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Save and Support the Organic Food Label: Don’t let the FDA Win!

Save and Support the Organic Food Label: Don’t let the FDA Win!

March 26, 2014 | by

New rules will lead to some negative changes on the organic label – we need your help and input to halt these changes and preserve organic.

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Bags and Bottled Water: California and Chicago move to Ban Plastics

Bags and Bottled Water: California and Chicago move to Ban Plastics

March 26, 2014 | by

From plastic bags to plastic water bottles, Chicago and Los Angeles are just two cities moving to institute bans on plastic items which pollute the Earth.

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Monsanto Threatens to Sue over GMO Labeling in Vermont

Monsanto Threatens to Sue over GMO Labeling in Vermont

March 25, 2014 | by

The citizens of Vermont want GMO foods to be labeled, but Monsanto and others will stop at nothing to prevent this labeling from happening.

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