Monday, September 23, 2019

Craft Beer vs. Budweiser: How Small-Brewers Are Winning Back the Neighborhood

Good beer comes from collaboration, not competition. By working together, small-brewers everywhere are giving corporations a run for their money.

Consumer Group USRTK Calls on Jon Entine to Reveal Funding, Ties to Industries He...

Jon Entine is attacking Columbia University's Journalism school for "smearing Exxon." Who is paying Entine and where do his loyalties lie?

Victory! Uzbekistan President Announces Ban on GMOs in Baby Food

Uzbekistan will also adopt measures to restrict the import and consumption of all products containing GMOs.

Bill to Block Mandatory GMO Labeling Advances in Senate

D.C. dysfunction at its finest: Committee passes law that an overwhelming majority of Americans oppose.

GMO Labeling Won’t Increase Food Prices

Sadly, the opponents of GMO labeling are making the same arguments made three decades ago to fight the Nutrition Facts Panel.

Myths And Facts About HB 2 — The Anti-Choice Law That Could Overturn Abortion...

In covering Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, some media outlets have relied on right-wing media talking points purporting false claims. Here are the facts.

Vermont Senate Votes To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

Vermont is on pace to become the first state legislature to legalize cannabis.

McDonald’s Black History Month Gambit Can’t Obscure Its Inequitable Practices

McDonald’s can blow its sizeable PR budget trying to convince its customers otherwise, but its corporate actions speak for themselves.

Monsanto Feels the Bern as Sanders Turns Focus to GMO Labeling

U.S. Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has turned his focus to supporting GMO labeling and attacking Monsanto’s interests this week after Hillary Clinton’s love of GMOs was recently confirmed by the Gates Foundation.

New FDA Commissioner Has Ties to Big Pharma

Robert Califf has close ties to the pharmaceutical industry, so how can he be impartial in role as the new commissioner of the FDA?