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Will NJ Become First to Ban Smoking in Parks, Beaches?

Will NJ Become First to Ban Smoking in Parks, Beaches?

July 9, 2014 | by

Some say a proposed law that would ban smoking in New Jersey public parks and beaches is for the betterment of all, while others say it is just too much.

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Washington Finally Set to Begin Sales for Recreational Marijuana: What You Need to Know

Washington Finally Set to Begin Sales for Recreational Marijuana: What You Need to Know

July 8, 2014 | by

Washington became the second state in the nation to open dispensaries for the legal sale of recreational marijuana on Tuesday, July 8. Here is some info.

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Colorado to Spend $10 Million on Medical Marijuana Research

Colorado to Spend $10 Million on Medical Marijuana Research

July 6, 2014 | by

Colorado announced it would be spending $10 million to research medical marijuana. Advocates and others alike became understandably excited.

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Feeding Hawaii: Aloha State Transitions to Small Scale, Sustainable Agriculture

Feeding Hawaii: Aloha State Transitions to Small Scale, Sustainable Agriculture

July 5, 2014 | by

Not everyone in Hawaii wants GMOs. In fact, there are many farmers making a better way, and they are doing it sustainably and organically.

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Consumers Across the Nation are Boycotting Kellogg’s Foods – Here’s Why

Consumers Across the Nation are Boycotting Kellogg’s Foods – Here’s Why

July 5, 2014 | by

Many consumers are standing up for their right to eat healthy, and are boycotting Kellogg’s for numerous reasons. Want to know why? Read on.

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Soda Tax and Bans Overstepping Bounds, or ‘For Our Own Good’?

Soda Tax and Bans Overstepping Bounds, or ‘For Our Own Good’?

July 4, 2014 | by

New York will hear the plea to revive a ban on large soft drinks, and citizens of Berkeley, California will vote on a soda tax. Is this really justifiable?

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Was Japan Duped by Monsanto into Accepting GMO Soybeans?

Was Japan Duped by Monsanto into Accepting GMO Soybeans?

July 4, 2014 | by

According to documents uncovered in 2003, Monsanto used clever words and flawed science to convince Japan of the safety of their GMO soybean seeds.

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How the FDA, USDA, and EPA Protect Chemical Industries, Not the Public

How the FDA, USDA, and EPA Protect Chemical Industries, Not the Public

July 3, 2014 | by

The USDA, FDA, and EPA are supposed to protect us from harmful foods and chemicals. But they only protect the industries. Here’s why.

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Big Biotech, Bill Gates Working to Create GMO Super Banana to Fight Malnutrition

Big Biotech, Bill Gates Working to Create GMO Super Banana to Fight Malnutrition

July 2, 2014 | by

Big biotech, along with Bill Gates, is now developing a GMO super-banana meant to take on malnutrition in the developing world. But at what cost?

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Illinois First to Ban Pollution-Microbeads Found in Soaps

Illinois First to Ban Pollution-Microbeads Found in Soaps

July 2, 2014 | by

Both New York and California have proposed bills to ban tiny pollution particles called microbeads, but Illinois is the first to officially ban them.

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