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'Gluten-free' finally means gluten-free! FDA announces regulations to enforce label meaning but are consumers really being protected?

8/7/2014 2:36:57 PM - An increasing number of people in the world today are becoming intolerant to gluten, which is a specific protein found in wheat, rye and barley. Sensitivity to the gluten protein now affects roughly 18 million Americans. This growing problem has given rise to an ever-expanding industry of "gluten-free"...

Aggressive regulations threaten DC food trucks and farmers markets with harsh fines, jail time

5/15/2014 - The District of Criminals seems to be in a desperate search for new ways to criminalize free trade, with new proposed amendments that would put vendors at farmers markets and food trucks, as well as ticket "scalpers," at risk of harsh fines and even prison time for violating the district's complicated...

FDA announces regulations for e-cigarettes

5/6/2014 - Vaporizing liquid nicotine is a habit that's growing very fast, and the FDA wants to regulate the sales to children for fear of electronic cigarettes serving as a gateway drug to commercial cigarettes. If kids try nicotine and become addicted, will they differentiate later between a cigarette loaded...

Colorado becomes first state to approve regulations to curb fracking emissions

2/26/2014 - A picturesque Colorado landscape, flowing with brushstrokes of the mighty Rocky Mountains, is being clouded over by smog. Free flowing rivers and healthy groundwater are slowly being contaminated by the emissions of fracking operations. Climate and agriculture, adversely affected by heat-trapping methane...

Colorado becomes first state to approve regulations to curb fracking emissions

2/26/2014 - A picturesque Colorado landscape, flowing with brushstrokes of the mighty Rocky Mountains, is being clouded over by smog. Free flowing rivers and healthy groundwater are slowly being contaminated by the emissions of fracking operations. Climate and agriculture, adversely affected by heat-trapping methane...

Colorado becomes first state to approve regulations to curb fracking emissions

2/26/2014 - A picturesque Colorado landscape, flowing with brushstrokes of the mighty Rocky Mountains, is being clouded over by smog. Free flowing rivers and healthy groundwater are slowly being contaminated by the emissions of fracking operations. Climate and agriculture, adversely affected by heat-trapping methane...

Obamacare regulations 'incomprehensible' warns congressman

11/5/2013 - The more Americans see of the massive Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, the more confusing and baffling - and punishing - they find it. Now that it's law and as more congressman "find out what's in it," as former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi once advised, the more they see what a mess has...

Scientists who attack new chemical regulations almost always have financial ties to pharma or chemical companies

10/23/2013 - If you think legitimate science, and not special interests, is what dictates the regulatory process for new chemicals, you might want to think again. A recent investigation by Environmental Health News (EHN) into a controversial, yet highly cited, journal editorial that decries increased regulations...

Bureaucrats create nearly 12 million words of regulations to enforce Obamacare

10/18/2013 - If you thought the size of the original Obamacare legislation was excessive at nearly 2,700 pages, you ain't seen nothing yet. When all of the law's new regulations and rules are written and finalized, it will take a national forest's worth of trees to make all the paper on which to print them. According...

Federal chemical safety law attempts to block states from passing their own chemical regulations that protect families

6/30/2013 - Just prior to his recent death, Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) introduced new legislation to reform the inherently flawed Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976 (TSCA), an atrocious piece of legislation that over the years has allowed an untold number of toxic chemicals to flood the consumer products...

Self reliance under seige as EU herbal regulations take hold

5/17/2013 - The European Union thinks it knows what's best for the world's health and future. The "all knowing" think they can govern the land, the plants, traditional herbal medicine, and each individual person, however they choose. That's why they have begun implementing the European Traditional Herbal Medicinal...

IRS tries but fails to impose onerous new regulations on tax preparers

1/23/2013 - Because of the United States' complex, byzantine tax code, an entire cottage industry of tax preparers and tax preparation software has emerged as a way to help navigate the law and remain on the good side of the Internal Revenue Service. Were lawmakers to ever adopt, and a president sign, legislation...

Zombified government workers and regulation enforcers use these 'obedience phrases' to demand your compliance

9/4/2012 - Tyranny is upon us. But tyranny isn't put in place by some all-powerful evil force that suddenly assaults our freedoms; it's ratcheted up one day at a time by the People themselves -- the government workers who are willing to do anything as long as they're told "it's the rules." You'll encounter...

Government regulations set to destroy fishing industry in New England

5/14/2011 - Federal caps that limit the volume and frequency of fish catches are quickly bankrupting and destroying the fishing industry throughout New England, according to recent reports. Catch shares, which have allegedly been designed to stop overfishing and the many problems caused by overfishing, have inadvertently...

Navy revises vaccine exemption policy and regs by attorney request - twice!

4/26/2011 - Lawmakers can and sometimes do enact laws that are unconstitutional. They can do this for the simple reason that a law isn't technically unconstitutional until a court says it is. This makes sense, since anyone can cry "unconstitutional" at any time about anything. Unfortunately, though, this means...

China to impose new GMO regulations, but will anything change?

1/6/2011 - The National People's Congress of China, also known as the Chinese parliament, seems poised to make some sweeping changes concerning genetically-modified organisms (GMO). China, which has typically been far more cautious about GMOs than Western countries like the U.S., may soon enact what some say are...

When It Comes to Pet Food Safety Reform, the FDA Is Full of Excuses

8/27/2008 - You are well aware of the pet food recall of 2007. You are well aware that due to that recall thousands of pets died, and thousands more became ill. You are probably aware that the FDA held a public meeting on May 13, 2008 to seek input from stakeholder groups - including consumers - for the future...

Bush Administration Rushes to Change Workplace Toxin Regulations Before End of Term

8/20/2008 - In the final months of the Bush administration, the Department of Labor is pushing through a rule that will make it harder to regulate workers' on-the-job exposure to chemicals and toxins. Instead of disclosing their proposal (as required) in the public notices of regulatory plans, the Labor Secretary...

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