Lawmakers to discuss how program could spark economy
Lawmakers plan to discuss how U.S. EPA's popular brownfields program can fix American communities this week during a hearing of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment.
Med school backs professor on glyphosate paper
A New York medical school is denying allegations that one of its professors put his name on a 2000 paper ghostwritten by Monsanto Co. employees.
Dems introduce bills to address safety, sanitation concerns
Democratic lawmakers reintroduced legislation in both the House and Senate yesterday to direct the Bureau of Indian Affairs to help Columbia River tribes deal with destroyed homes and fishing grounds.
Sharks worth more alive than dead in Fla. — report
Sharks in Florida are worth more in the water than their fins are worth out of it, according to a report released today by Oceana.
House passes bill to help improve oversight
The House passed legislation yesterday meant to help improve pesticide oversight and registration with the support of agriculture interests and environmentalists.