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New Study: Glyphosate Levels in Children and Adults Drop Dramatically After One Week of Eating Organic

The study is the first to examine how an organic diet  affects exposure to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Bayer AG’s (BAYRY) weedkiller Roundup®, the most widely used pesticide worldwide.

Sen. Schumer, Rep. McEachin, progressive and climate advocates speak out against liability waivers in covid stimulus

Mitch McConnell is much more worried about an imaginary epidemic of lawsuits than he is about the real life pandemic hurting the country

Mega poultry producer in hot water over fowl advertising, faces joint lawsuit

Sanderson Farms heavily brands itself as “100% Natural” despite routinely feeding its chickens antibiotics and raising them in unnatural industrial sheds.

As health crisis worsens, Senate Republicans focus covid relief on polluting corporations

Mitch McConnell released the latest stimulus package for COVID-19 relief in the Senate today.

GOP seeks to remove COVID accountability for industries

A new review of quarterly lobby filings released this week shows that polluting industries and conservative dark money groups have been lobbying vigorously for COVID liability protection for the last three months.

Florida Keys delays vote on release of 750 million genetically engineered mosquitoes after public outcry

The Florida Keys Mosquito Control District (FKMCD) today delayed its vote on the proposed release of genetically engineered (GE) mosquitoes due to concerns over COVID-19.

120+ organizations target meatpacking giant Tyson Foods for failing to protect workers from Covid-19

More than 120 groups launched a week of action against Tyson Foods Inc. (NYSE: TSN) demanding the company address the rising number of COVID-19 cases affecting workers at its chicken, pork, and beef processing facilities.

U.S. Beekeepers lost the second-most hives in history

Beekeepers recorded the second highest annual losses in history, including the highest summer losses ever.

Community members and environmental groups denounce Florida Keys plans to release genetically engineered mosquitoes

Despite public outcry and scientific dispute, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved GE mosquitoes for environmental release.

Press Advisory: Community members and environmental groups hold rally to stop Florida Keys from releasing GMO mosquitoes

A broad coalition of concerned community members and environmentalists will gather on June 16, for a rally and press conference to demand the Florida Keys Mosquito Control Board commit to not releasing GMO mosquitoes into their communities.