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If You Eat, You Better Get GIPSA

Submitted by Food Democracy Now on September 7, 2011 - 6:58am

Open, transparent and competitive markets are allegedly the bedrock of the American free market system. The idea that any individual can go to market and sell their goods and not face discrimination, be forced to sign unfair contracts or experience deceptive practices is enshrined in more than 235 years of legal precedent.

Election 2010: Political Pandering in the Heartland: GMOs, Subsidies and Ethanol

Submitted by Food Democracy Now on October 20, 2010 - 4:03am

It's that time of year again. Election season usually brings out the worst in politicians, whether it's members of the Republican far Right making baseless charges against their opponents or Democrats instinctively tucking their tails between their legs and hoping the election gets over before all of America learns they're cowards. But even worse is the political pandering that goes along with a ruling party desperate to maintain marginal seats in what is sure to be the shallacking of 2010.

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