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20 Sep

The Monsanto Protection Act is Back!

Posted in Environmental, GMOs, Political America, Take Action! on 20.09.13


stop_mpa_againHello all my great health seekers out there. Here is the latest word on what’s happening in Monsanto Land. Please help me be A Voice For Change and take action. Our world food supply needs your help. Our children and grand children and future generations need your help to assure that our food is pure and healthy and stays that way. We have already lost a lot in terms of pureness and nutrition. Help me make sure we begin to turn around the damage that has been done and bring food back to the natural state it was meant to be grown in and grown into. The latest call to action and update follows:

Thank you Coach D, Donna Appel, A Voice For Change, support@avoiceforchange.com


The Monsanto Protection Act is back and we need you now more than ever!

Last week the U.S. House of Representatives decided to introduce the same language for the Continuing Resolution spending bill (H.J.RES.59) that contained the Monsanto Protection Act that Congress passed last spring.

This past March, Monsanto succeeded in sneaking the controversial rider into a


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30 Apr


Posted in Environmental, FACT!, Health, Political America on 30.04.13


The Monsanto Protection Act
Signed by Obama? Really? Why?


IDKT (I Didn’t Know That)

obama-monsanto…Liberals and Tea Party members alike are up in arms over the so-called “Monsanto Protection Act,” a provision snuck into the emergency budget bill that essentially exempts biotech firms like Monsanto Company from judicial review. Yes, you read this correctly and I had no idea either. According to “Think Progress” which is a project of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, a nonpartisan organization, “now that President Obama has signed the law, Monsanto may plant genetically modified seeds even if a court of law orders them to stop.  While this is blatantly unethical, and possibly unenforceable, the newfound public outrage


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