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Rampant pesticide pollution in Missouri prompts lawmakers to make fines 10 times more costly for violators

8/3/2016 - The misapplication of pesticides is damaging various crops, affecting wildlife and threatening public health in the Missouri Bootheel, the southeastern most region of the state named for its boot heel shape. Reports of pesticide pollution have skyrocketed in recent months, resulting in some 70 investigations...

Missouri city throws citizens in jail for having dandelions in their yards

11/20/2015 - What is going on in Missouri these days? In recent months there were the race-related riots in Ferguson after a grand jury found a white police officer justified in shooting a large unarmed black man who was attempting to get his gun. Then, in more recent days, paranoid hysteria struck the University...

Government-run animal control now kidnapping and murdering family pets in America if owners don't pay ransom demands

4/6/2015 - As yet another sign of the emerging police state brutality taking place across America, government-run animal control "mafias" (i.e. your local animal control department) are now murdering family pets if those families don't pay the ransom demands. In essence, animal control departments are now running...

Democrats panic as Obamacare fines begin hammering Americans

3/13/2015 - The unconstitutional tax penalty known as "Obamacare" is hitting many compliant American taxpayers hard as they file their 2014 tax returns. Steep fines for not carrying private health insurance, and proving it on IRS tax forms, are coming as a surprise to many taxpayers who were unaware of just how...

Medicare fines record number of hospitals for excessive readmissions

10/27/2014 - Medicare is public insurance that covers some or most, but never all, medical expenses for folks 65 and over. One has to enroll with Medicare Part A, which helps cover most hospital expenses, and there is no premium involved. One has to request Medicare Part B and make small premium payments to extend...

Water rationing hits California: limit of 50 gallons per person per day or face fines of $500

9/29/2014 - Millions of Californians are about to be hit with strict water rationing -- daily "allocation" numbers that represent the maximum amount of water you're allowed to use for any purpose. Households that exceed the allocation limit will face stiff fines of hundreds of dollars per violation. "In July,...

Russian government instates fines for violating GMO labeling regulations

8/30/2014 - The Russian government doesn't buy into America's genetically modified seed hype so easily. In fact, the Russian government takes a hard stance against the patented seeds, since some are spliced with bacteria to produce insecticide from within. When this kind of lab-manipulated food finds its way into...

NY hotel fines guests $500 for posting negative reviews on Yelp

8/7/2014 - Most Americans know that the cost of a wedding can be very high, but one hotel has found a way to extract even more cash from wedding guests. As reported by the New York Post, the Union Street Guest House, located in Hudson, New York, fines couples $500 for every single negative review posted online...

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...

Shock: Obamacare fines to be seized directly from Americans' bank accounts

10/3/2013 - As more Americans wade into the complicated, confusing mess that is Obamacare and its health insurance exchanges, they are beginning to learn how punitive, punishing and threatening the law is going to be. If the very recent Facebook post describing a man's experience when he attempted to sign up...

Huge fines, settlements and lawsuits are all routine business for Big Pharma

7/19/2013 - In 2012, five pharmaceutical companies agreed to pay nearly $5.5 billion to settle allegations of fraud, including promotion of medicines for uses not approved by the FDA. The settlements represent the continued trend of record-breaking fines, settlements and lawsuits which have become a routine part...

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