In this country, we put additives, artificial ingredients, GMOs, glyphosate and dozens of other ingredients into our foods at an alarming rate.
U.S. health spending always grows but it grew at an especially fast rate last year to over $3.2 trillion, a number so big that it’s hard to wrap your head around.
More than 700,000 petition signatures were delivered to Mylan corporate headquarters demanding that Mylan stop price gouging American consumers.
Last week, I gave an interview with Fox Business in which we discuss the skyrocketing price of EpiPens, Mylan’s monopoly and their 90% market share in the epinephrine auto-injector space. In the days that followed, Mylan was first silent and then appeared “frustrated.” In response to an onslaught of negative press, the company is now offering…
The price-gouging CEO of Mylan, Heather Bresch, isn’t some ordinary greedy pharmaceutical executive. She’s the daughter of US Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV).
This Monsanto-backed bill was packaged as a “reasonable” way to label GMOs, but it actually infringes on states’ rights by preempting local laws and allows corporations to hide information using QR codes.
The Center for Food Safety will be filing a federal lawsuit asking a court to declare the GMO labeling Dark Act unconstitutional on a number of grounds.
Cornell’s GMO Debate course, which ran in the fall of 2015, was a blatant display of unscientific propaganda in an academic setting.
During it’s decade-long debt crisis, Puerto Rico paid over $500 million in public funds to Monsanto and other biotech multinationals.
In contrast to Vermont’s GMO labeling bill—the Roberts-Stabenow bill had no hearings, no public input, no committee debate and was rushed to be introduced.