In an appalling attempt to patent yet another seed, Monsanto has resorted to fraud to try to gain rights to a naturally occurring, disease-resistant tomato.
A Colorado attorney is looking to halt tax collections on marijuana sales since tax-paying growers and sellers incriminate themselves under federal law.
Big Pharmal company AstraZeneca wants approval for an experimental ovarian cancer drug, Olaparib. But the FDA’s own staff is questioning the claims.
An organic farmer, Steve Marsh will receive no compensation for losing his organic certification resulting from a neighbor’s GE crops contaminating his own.
New York recently approved a bill allowing limited access to medicinal marijuana, becoming the 23rd state to allow marijuana use. But you still can’t smoke it.
A whopping 92 percent of US citizens are asking the government to label genetically modified foods, according to a new poll from Consumer Reports.
At the Hanford Site in Washington State and others, thousands of workers filed claims for illnesses and injuries from exposure to radiation and toxic waste.
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?
When compared to 10 other countries, the United States once again ranked dead last when comparing health care systems and their efficacy.
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.
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.
Hemp is gaining some much-deserved attention. In fact, annual retail sales for hemp are at approximately $581 million and growing by 24% annually.
Four national groups part of the Grocery Manufacturers Association have filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging Vermont’s mandatory GMO labeling law.
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?
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.
It seems that some doctors are extremely concerned about the hepatitis B vaccination, calling it dangerous and completely unnecessary to give to a child.
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.