Mike Pompeo is reintroducing a bill that would give biotech companies the freedom to grow GMO foods without labels and without state or consumer choice.
Similar to Big Tobacco protecting cigarettes, a GMO lobbyist recently said ‘I do not believe that glyphosate is causing increases in cancer.’ See this.
Just days after the World Health Organization labeled Monsanto’s Roundup a probably carcinogen, the GMO giant is calling for a retraction of the statement.
From dumping carcinogenic chemicals in our waters to developing those same toxic creations, here are 11 reasons to hate the biotech giant DuPont.
In addition to paying $2.4 million, Monsanto has been forced to pay $350,000 in order to settle a class action lawsuit brought upon by numerous farmers.
The FDA has approved genetically modified varieties of apples and potatoes with likely no labeling, saying that the foods are perfectly safe.
Biotech giant Monsanto is trying to force patented genetically modified (GM) seeds and crops on African farmers and consumers who DON’T want them.
It looks like Obama might be addressing the question of federal pot reform – FINALLY – after skirting the issue practically since his inauguration.
Maine lawmakers along with members of the Organic Consumers Association have put forth a bill, LD 991, with strong support to label GMOs IMMEDIATELY.
The city of San Diego, California has sued biotech giant Monsanto for polluting the city by dumping banned, carcinogenic chemicals in the bay.
Following activist pressure, Dunkin’ Donuts says that it will soon remove a controversial ingredient from its doughnuts known as titanium dioxide.
A bill may propel medical marijuana to the top, legalizing the plant for medicinal purposes and protecting those working with it from federal consequences.
Facing bankruptcy, Detroit, Michigan is shutting off citizens’ water supplies – yet they can afford adding toxic fluoride to the water supply.
A class action lawsuit against General Mills, the maker of Cheerios, Yoplait yogurt, and Pillsbury cinnamon rolls, was just certified by a federal judge.
McDonald’s is being hit with criticism for using a landmark anti-slavery law from 1868 to argue against a minimum wage increase. Thanks McDonald’s.
Thanks to 1000’s of activists and farmers, there will not be any GMO trees infiltrating Brazil, at least for now. Let us keep it this way.
A unanimous 9-0 vote by the House Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources in Oregon may send the ban on raw milk advertising to the garbage bin.