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IRT’s Take: This article in Bloomberg does a nice job of summarizing the many suspected health dangers of glyphosate (although largely ignores the fact that the complete Roundup formulation has NEVER BEEN TESTED!). Then it poses the question: Why aren’t U.S. regulators looking into this? Here’s a great take on that issue from our exclusive interview with Brent Wisner, the Monsanto-slaying lead attorney in two of
This week we’ve pulled together a roundup of news posts relating to the US trade deal and Trump’s executive order. Jeffrey Smith will be going live to discuss this important news on Facebook today at 3:30 pm PST. UK must accept US food standards in trade deal, says farm chief The UK must accept US food standards as part of any future trade deal with
This is how it starts. A government official sending up a test balloon for a major policy change weakening organic standards. Let’s pop that balloon on arrival! When USDA Under Secretary Greg Ibach recently made comments before the House Agriculture Subcommittee, he had the audacity to suggest that it is time to discuss the possibility of allowing gene-edited GMOs within organic production. This is outrageous.
Earlier this year we posted about a new study from Washington State University (WSU). Read more about the study here. Researchers have found a variety of diseases and other health problems in the second- and third-generation offspring of rats exposed to glyphosate, the world’s most-used weed killer. In the first study of its kind, the researchers saw descendants of exposed rats developing prostate, kidney and
Originally published on Fox4. Months after federal jurors dealt a huge blow to Monsanto, saying its Roundup weedkiller contributed to a man’s cancer, a judge decided to soften that blow by $55 million. Edwin Hardeman was the first cancer patient to take Monsanto to federal trial over Roundup. Across the country, more than 11,000 plaintiffs are suing Monsanto, saying Roundup caused non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Federal jurors