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03/17/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

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It’s back to the drawing board for Monsanto, after an Arkansas state judge refused to overturn a ban on the


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According to a report, the Clairton Coke Works Plant in Pennsylvania has been linked to an alarming “asthma epidemic” at an


03/16/2018 / By Edsel Cook

As the U.S. moves closer towards increasing domestic mining operations of uranium, an EcoWatch article warned that bitter lessons about unreliable regulation


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03/15/2018 / By David Williams

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