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This is the Veteran’s Administration on Agent Orange

Among Jim Sampsel’s statements: He said he believes Agent Orange contained “very, very small amounts” of dioxin, which was quickly destroyed by sunlight and the open air. “That’s not commonly acknowledged by advocates,” he said. Moreover, Sampsel said, United States … Continue reading

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A News Story by Charles Ornstein At a meeting in March, a lead analyst in the VA’s compensation service was critical of the media, scientists, and the VA’s own administrative tribunal for taking positions that differ from his. A key … Continue reading

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Stop Monsanto

Scott Pruitt and the Trump administration’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are now accepting public comments on their proposed reapproval of the pesticide, glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup. If the EPA reapproves glyphosate, it will enable chemical companies to … Continue reading

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Why is the Bayer-Monsanto Merger Dangerous

The Center for Food Asfety By now you’ve seen the ominous headlines: The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) just approved the merger of two chemical corporate giants, Monsanto and Bayer. With Bayer buying out Monsanto for $62.5 billion, this is … Continue reading

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The Overview

A Poem by Stefanie Bennett –After Monsanto & Dow Chemicals Watching the storm Roll up its sleeves Above the serialized Splash Of an ever-onward Changing tide The Thunderbird Dives For cover.

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Popular Beer and Wine Brands Contaminated With Monsanto’s Weedkiller, Tests Reveal

An Article by Zen Honeycutt The past few years have revealed some disturbing news for the alcohol industry. In 2015, CBS news broke the announcement of a lawsuit against 31 brands of wines for high levels of inorganic arsenic. In … Continue reading

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