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Pipeline Rupture Report Raises Questions About TransCanada Inspections (With Video)
Business  (tags: abuse, americans, canadians, business, corporate, corruption, cover-up, dishonesty, economy, energy, environment, government, health risks, Inspection cover-up, lies, marketing, money, politics, society )

Kit
- 1807 days ago - cbc.ca
A CBC News investigation has unearthed a critical report that the federal regulator effectively buried for several years about a rupture on a trouble-prone Trans-Canada natural gas pipeline.
Monsanto Will Pay $93 Million to Victims In 'Agent Orange' Settlement - Via Humans Are Free
Business  (tags: Monsanto, Chemical Industry, Money, Agent Orange, Health Risks, Humans, Interesting News )

Victoria
- 1808 days ago - humansarefree.com
Monsanto has agreed to a $93 million settlement with affected residents of Nitro, West Virginia, where a Monsanto chemical plant had manufactured the 2,4,5-T herbicide (part of the Agent Orange recipe). The toxic chemical dioxin contaminated the area.
Downloadable Article - The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) - What It Really Means
Business  (tags: Big Business, TPP, Environmental consequences, Endangered Species, GMOs, Factory Farming, Health Risks, Humans, Ethics )

Victoria
- 1817 days ago - wetlands-preserve.org
Important pdf Article on the TPP and consequences of the biggest - yet secret - trade deal the world has ever known. The environment, other species and we WILL suffer unless we say no to a fast track at www.StopFastTrack.com while there is still time.
Will Whole Foods Start a Trend By Requiring Labels on GMO Food?
Business  (tags: Whole Foods, GMOs, labeling, Just Label It, Frankenfood, health risks, business, ethics, marketing )

Roseann
- 2138 days ago - slate.com
The upscale grocery chain Whole Foods Market is getting ahead of the game, becoming the first major retailer in the United States to require that all genetically modified foods in their U.S. and Canadian stores be labeled by 2018.
Concern Over Canned Foods: Consumer Reports Tests Find Wide Range of Bisphenol A in Soups, Juice, and More
Business  (tags: BPA, Bisphenol A, canned foods, Consumer Reports, safety, health risks, carcinogen, cancer, food industry, corporate, corruption, marketing )

Care For
- 2944 days ago - sott.net
Consumer Reports' latest tests of canned foods, including soups, juice, tuna, and green beans, have found that almost all of the 19 name-brand foods tested contain some BPA. "The industry has misled the American people."
Weighing Safety of Weed Killer in Drinking Water, EPA Relies Heavily on Industry-Backed Studies
Business  (tags: weed-killers, health risks, EPA, Industry study, consumers, americans, abuse, corporate, dishonesty, corruption, business, ethics, environment )

Roseann
- 3111 days ago - grist.org
Companies with a financial interest in a weed-killer sometimes found in drinking water paid for thousands of studies federal regulators are using to assess the herbicide's health risks, records of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency show. Many of the
Wal-Mart Short-Changes Public Schools
Business  (tags: wal-mart, verichip, thommy thompson, health risks )

Kemsa
- 4115 days ago - alternet.org
Wal-Mart is involved in a large-scale effort to roll back the property tax valuation of its stores, cutting the amount it owes to local governments for schools and social services.
   

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