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John Hagelin on Technology

2000 Natural Law Party Nominee for President


Limit violence & sex in media, but maintain privacy

Source: 2000 National Political Awareness Test , Jan 13, 2000

“Revolving door policy” sets industry’s agenda in D.C.

A lawyer for Monsanto for seven years was appointed as a staff member of the FDA. There, he wrote the labeling regulations that govern rBGH, the first commercialized genetically engineered food additive, a Monsanto product. This legislation made it unnecessary to label rBGH as a milk additive, and made it illegal for other dairies to advertise that their milk was rBGH-free. This is called the revolving door policy. This is how a great deal of legislation gets written.
Source: “A Reason to Vote” , Jun 17, 1999

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