Corporate Power, Not Public Interest, at Root of Upcoming Science Committee Hearing

By Carey Gilliam Via US RTK   Score another point for corporate power over protection of the public.  U.S. Rep Lamar Smith, chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, & Technology, has slated a full… Read More

Oil and Gas Industry’s 2017 Suing Spree Could Set Speech-Chilling Precedents

By Sharon Kelly Originally published by DeSmogBlog   In 2017, while the Trump administration absorbed media attention with its cries of “fake news,” the oil and gas industry was busy launching private legal actions across the U.S., attacking critics… Read More

Records Show EPA Coordination with Monsanto to Slow Herbicide Review

By CAREY GILLAM Originally Published at US Right To Know   Newly released government email communications show a persistent effort by multiple officials within the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to slow a separate federal agency’s safety review of… Read More

Public Records Sought on Monsanto’s Ties to EPA’s Pesticide Office

Emerging Controversy Casts Doubts on EPA’s Glyphosate Cancer Assessment PORTLAND, Ore.— The Center for Biological Diversity and U.S. Right to Know submitted Freedom of Information Act requests this week seeking public records to determine whether Monsanto inappropriately influenced… Read More

Monsanto, EPA Fighting to Keep Glyphosate Cancer Review Secret

See our special feature on the history of Monsanto and it’s partner in an ongoing merger, Bayer, here. For a look back at our Monsanto coverage, click here.    By Carey Gillam Originally Published at US Right to Know… Read More