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Will Sonoma Ban Roundup in City Parks?

Glyphosate Causes Serious Multi-Generational Health Effects to Rats – New WSU Study

“In the past few months, two other investigations have come out of Washington State alone. A February 2019 University of Washington study found that glyphosate increased the risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma by as much as 41%; and a December 2018 Washington State University study determined that Washington residents living nearby to areas treated with the […]

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Roundup adjuvants are 9,661 times more toxic to human cells than the active ingredient glyphosate

Roundup adjuvants are 9,661 times more toxic to human cells than the active ingredient glyphosate by: Lori Alton, staff writer | April 13, 2019 Facebook1,364EmailSaveShare (NaturalHealth365) It’s official – glyphosate, the active ingredient in the weed-killer Roundup, has been officially linked to cancer cell growth. Last summer, a jury awarded $289 million to a school

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New York Premiere of film: Ground War — with Director Andrew Niskar and Panel of Activists

One in every two Americans will cancer in their lifetime…..time to ban cancer causing chemicals. New York Premiere of film: Ground War — with Director Andrew Niskar and Panel of Activists BEYOND PESTCIDES:  Saturday April 6th, we will close out our 37th National Forum with the New York City Premiere of Ground War, a documentary.   A filmmaker’s investigation

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Local Democracy Wins Again as Pesticide Preemption Bill is Voted Down in Maine

” The court however also ruled that, while the federal government could not impose pesticide preemption, states would maintain the ability to do so.  Thus, ALEC (Koch brothers funded legislation)and the pesticide industry went state-by-state, working to pass preemption legislation throughout the 1990s, fearing the type of legislation passed by Maine local governments like Portland, South

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When $ rules politicians: House Farm Bill Could Wipe Out Communities’ Power to Prohibit Pesticides

When money rules our politicians, short term corporate profits come before families and their children’s health. Health over corporate profits! SWAMP WATCH: House Farm Bill Could Wipe Out Communities’ Power to Prohibit Pesticides ByAndy McGlashen Environmental Health News for TRUTHOUT Published September 7, 2018 Environmental Working Group Alert: Action of the week: is lawmakers convene on Capitol Hill

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Beyond Pesticides: Local Democracy Wins Again as Pesticide Preemption Bill is Voted Down in Maine

“While LePage may be on his way out, there is no indication that ALEC or the pesticide industry will stop attempts to institute state preemption in Maine, or any other state. The industry has attacked local laws in both Maryland and Hawaii, with an unfortunate degree of success. “ Local Democracy Wins Again as Pesticide

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