Based upon Roundup’s long-term toxicity, it is time to eliminate this herbicide, writes David Schubert, PhD.
A debate organized at Cornell, a famously pro-GMO agricultural university, has failed to gain even one person to speak for GMOs.
Biotech companies like Monsanto claim that questions over GMO safety have been fully settled by science. The truth is quite different.
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.
Inside your “guts” is a bacterial universe called the microbiome. Keeping it healthy is vital to the hundreds of tasks it does to keep your body’s systems functioning optimally.
Cornell’s GMO Debate course, which ran in the fall of 2015, was a blatant display of unscientific propaganda in an academic setting.
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.
Tell President Obama to veto the Dark Act, the discriminatory fake GMO labeling bill and give all consumers the right to know what’s in their food.
Congress is poised to nullify Vermont’s GMO labeling law and block other States from doing the same. Your voice is needed now.