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Obama Signs Monsanto Protection Act

 
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04/04/2014 01:16 AM
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Obama Signs Monsanto Protection Act
"Barack Obama recently signed a bill into law that was written by the billion-dollar corporation that will benefit from it. The Monsanto Protection Act allows Monsanto to override United States federal courts on the issue of planting experimental genetically engineered crops all across the US. The government has no power whatsoever to stop Monsanto and other biotechnology corporations from planting and harvesting."


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04/04/2014 01:19 AM
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Re: Obama Signs Monsanto Protection Act
The article says the Act has been overturned, I hope that is accurate.
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Re: Obama Signs Monsanto Protection Act
and people say he isn't a good president...monsanto thinks different
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Re: Obama Signs Monsanto Protection Act
very old news
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Re: Obama Signs Monsanto Protection Act
TRAITOR!!!
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Re: Obama Signs Monsanto Protection Act
How did Monsanto pivot from teetering, scandal-ridden chemical giant to mighty high-tech (though still quite controversial) agribiz firm? As the veteran investigative reporter (and Mother Jones contributor) Wayne Barrett shows in a new Nation article, a young consultant called Mitt Romney helped push the firm on its highly lucrative new path. Monsanto first tapped the consulting services of the Boston-based consulting firm Bain in 1973, the same year Bain launched. When Romney joined Bain fresh out of Harvard in 1977, he quickly began working with the ailing chemical firm.

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