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Consumer Reports’ Fishy Advice to Pregnant Woman: Skip the Tuna

Magazine’s special report about mercury exposure disputes FDA guidelines, urges people to tell FDA to change recommendations.
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Senate Report Ties Soros Group to 'Billionaire's Club' Dictating EPA Actions

Soros-founded Democracy Alliance influences EPA decisions, report says.
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Liberal Media Fail to Report Soros Funding Linked to New EPA Regulations

Even The New York Times, which revealed NRDC inspired plan, didn’t make connection to George Soros.
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‘Big Three’ Networks Ignore Supreme Court Ruling on EPA’s Emissions Regulations

On Monday, June 23, the Supreme Court ruled that while the Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to mandate emissions controls on power-plants, it went too far in claiming the power to ...
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85 Percent of Network Coverage of EPA Regulations Ignore Economic Impact

New EPA coal regulations could kill half a million jobs and cost more than $1 trillion, but ABC, CBS and NBC praise them as 'ground-breaking' step for combating climate change.
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ABC Revives Soros-Funded Attacks on Johns Hopkins and Coal Companies

‘World News’ brought back a 2013 report alleging a conspiracy between coal companies and respected medical experts.
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Major Newspaper Editorials Ignore or Praise EPA Controls 90 Percent of Time

9 prominent newspapers failed to even address the important new EPA regulations, only two opposed them.
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ABC Spends Twice As Much Time on Hedgehogs Than New EPA Regulations

On Monday, June 2, the Environmental Protection Agency formally announced a slew of new regulations aimed at reducing carbon emissions by coal plants by 30 percent over the next 15 years. Despite ...
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CBS Hails 'Groundbreaking' New EPA Regulations on Climate Change, Skips Job Risk

CBS and NBC's morning shows on Monday avoided any mention of the potential job killing-harm that new Environmental Protection Agency rules will create. The three networks spent a scant 61 seconds ...
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