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Whether by selling its seeds or selling out our democracy, the US State Department does the big biotech industry's bidding.
US Twists Arms on Monsanto's Behalf
USA Today editorialized in favor of taxing gas more, as much as it deserves, which could cut traffic, smog, and disease.
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Lots of journalists lately have pushed a new revenue policy. Is the idea in the air, and spreading? Is the paradigm shifting?
Four More Newspapers Cover Public Rent Recovery
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Sr. Editor Fred Foldvary informs readers in his engaging style about what's going on in the heads of his fellow economists.
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A carbon tax would promote efficiency, cut air pollution, slow climate change, and increase energy independence. OK?
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