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Source: BBC News A Glasgow-based company has installed its first commercial “alkaline hydrolysis” unit at a Florida funeral home. The unit by Resomation Ltd is billed as a green alternative to cremation and works by dissolving the body in heated … Continue reading →
Will Allen & Ronnie Cummins AlterNet What it really comes down to this: Elected officials are abandoning the public interest and public will in the face of corporate intimidation. Despite overwhelming public support and support from a clear majority of … Continue reading →
Dr. Mercola Mercola A bill has recently been introduced in the Vermont state legislature that would require food to be labeled as genetically engineered if it is entirely or partially produced with genetically engineered ingredients. If passed, the bill, H.722, … Continue reading →
Source: BioEdge/AP The North Carolina legislature has recommended that surviving victims of the State’s forced sterilization program be paid US$50,000 each. About 7,600 people were sterilized between 1929 and 1974 in North Carolina to prevent the feckless poor and the … Continue reading →
Source: Natomas News 1o NATOMAS, CA – Natomas school officials are going door to door with a traveling nurse to give whooping cough shots to unvaccinated students. A new state law requires students entering seventh through 12th grades to get … Continue reading →
Source: Alex Schadenberg Euthanasia and assisted suicide are legal in a few jurisdictions in the world, but most countries have rejected their legalization. Most recently, legislation to legalize euthanasia and/or assisted suicide has been rejected in France, Israel, England, Scotland, … Continue reading →