February 17, 2020
Salem-News.com Vermont articles
Salem-News.com (Jan-25-2014 10:55)
Legal Experts Reject Food Industry Claims that GMO Labeling Laws Are UnconstitutionalBy Katherine Paul and Ronnie Cummins
According to GMA propaganda, state GMO labeling laws violate the First Amendment, which protects commercial speech by prohibiting the government from compelling “certain statements.”
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The food industry is playing every conceivable angle in its quest to keep labels off foods that contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs)—including, according to a leaked document, threatening to sue the first state that passes a GMO labeling law.
Salem-News.com (Jun-14-2012 14:28)
Food WarsDenae Gemmrig for Salem-News.com
Denae Gemmrig explores the public face of Monsanto, one of the nation's most powerful companies.
(PHOENIX, AZ) -
While Monsanto works so hard to end the world’s hunger issues by creating genetically modified organisms, the people are fighting to get GMO food labeled.
Salem-News.com (May-07-2012 17:02)
Biotech 2, Vermont 0Brian Gaston for Salem-News.com
The biotech industry has had to use corruption and threats to keep secret what they continue to claim is safe and "substantially equivalent" to normal food.
(MONTPELIER, VT) -
Vermonters was slammed by the biotech industry twice this month.
Salem-News.com (Feb-15-2012 17:58)
Vermont Voters Support Decriminalizing MarijuanaSalem-News.com
Majority Wants Legislators to Remove Criminal Penalties for Possession of Small Amounts of Marijuana.
(MONTPELIER, Vt.) -
According to a Public Policy Polling survey released today, a majority of Vermont voters are in favor of removing criminal penalties for possession of small amounts of marijuana.
Salem-News.com (Jan-03-2011 01:14)
OxyContin Crisis in Ohio, Maine and VermontMarianne Skolek Salem-News.com
Maine and Vermont top on Painkiller Addiction List in the Country!
(MYRTLE BEACH S.C.) -
A new federal study says Maine and Vermont top the national list for treatment rates for painkiller addiction.
Salem-News.com (Dec-09-2010 18:00)
New Data: Pursuit of Misdemeanor Marijuana Possession Costs Vermont Over $700K AnnuallySalem-News.com
Rep. Lorber Calls for Decriminalization...
(BURLINGHAM, Vt.) -
New data unveiled today shows that Vermont state government spends over $700,000 annually to pursue Vermonters for possession of small amounts of marijuana.