Congress should not block efforts by the states to label GMOs. Senators Casey and Toomey should reject the DARK Act to defend Pennsylvanians’ right to know what’s in the food we eat and feed our families.
Why is it that so many politicians are all about letting states make decisions on controversial issues—until some states want to do something that Big Food companies oppose?
A USDA hotline is blowing up with complaints from government scientists about censorship of science, begging the question: Who does the USDA work for? Consumers and
Thanks to the efforts of activists, fracking has become a topic of the Democratic debates. We need to keep the pressure on our leaders to ensure we ban fracking once and for all.
The DARK Act threatens GMO labeling, and it passed a big hurdle this week. Learn what this means, what happens next, and how you can take action to label GMOs.
Aubrey McClendon's legacy should serve as another warning that the age of oil barons must end.
Opponents of GMO labeling say it would increase food costs. Really, they’re more worried about what people might do if they knew what was in their food.
Kona Deep's new bottled water, made from desalinated ocean water, is making waves; but that doesn't mean you should buy it.
- Corporate Control of Water
The DARK Act is one step closer to becoming law. We need our senators to protect our right to know what we’re eating.
A victory for livestock and poultry farmers in the 2008 farm bill has been long-delayed by the meat and chicken lobby, but now the Obama Administration can finally implement reforms.