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Letter from the Hague - Newsletter 102116 from Organic Consumers Association

   ESSAY OF THE WEEK The Long March It was a long road that led to the Monsanto Tribunal and People’s Assembly in The Hague last week (October

Do you buy Halos? Think again

        This month is Breast Cancer Awareness month, when you’ll see pink ribbons on everything from razors to raisins. These ...
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it's up to us - Center for Food Safety

       No matter who wins in November, CFS will be there in January. Help ...
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Mackay Victory, Ontario Mandate Threat, & Major Teleconference

    OCTOBER 12, 2016   How To Win Your Campaign -- Teleconference Audio Available If you missed the October International Fluoride Free Teleconference held this pastSunday, you can now listen ...
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How to Win Your Campaign -- Don't Miss This Teleconference

OCTOBER 7, 2016   Tomorrow, Saturday, October 8th at 5pm (Eastern U.S. time) the next International Fluoride Free Teleconference will be held, and you definitely don't to miss it.  Anyone involved ...
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Tell Congress: Repeal the DARK Act!

Tell Congress: Repeal the DARK Act! On July 1, 2016, Vermont’s mandatory GMO labeling law took effect. Major brands, in anticipation of the deadline, had already ...
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Advocates Criticize Changes to Safety Measures for Catfish Imports

October 5, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kate Fried, Food & Water Watch, (202) 683-4905,kfried@fwwwatch.org Advocates Criticize Changes to Safety Measures for Catfish Imports Washington, D.C.— Today, Food & Water ...
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Congressional GMO Voters Guide: Who Sold Out the “Right to Know”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Mark Kastel, 608-625-2000  Congressional GMO Voters Guide: Who Sold Out the “Right to Know” The Cornucopia Institute Grades Senators and Representatives Ahead of Fall Election http://www.cornucopia.org/2016/10/congressional-gmo-voters-guide-who-sold-out-the-right-to-know/ Cornucopia, WI — Every ...
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What Has Monsanto Done to Argentina's Children? Newsletter 092916 from Organic Consumers Association

   VIDEO OF THE WEEK 'People Must Know' The village of Avia Terai in Argentina is surrounded by GMO soy crops. Here, children are born with birth defects and ...
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Proposed mergers by biotechnology firms could result in cotton seed price surge

Consumers would pay more for food and fiber Writer: Blair Fannin, 979-845-2259, b-fannin@tamu.edu Contacts: Dr. Henry Bryant, 979-845-2116, h-bryant@tamu.edu Dr. Aleksandre Maisashvili, 979-845-2116, amaisashvili@email.tamu.edu Dr. Joe Outlaw, 979-845-5913, joutlaw@tamu.edu Dr. James Richardson, 979-845-5913, jwrichardson@tamu.edu COLLEGE STATION – Proposed mergers by the ...
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