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Chemical industry lies exposed by their own internal documents

  • Thu, 14 Sep 2017 12:31
(Natural News) The publication of over 200,000 long-hidden documents is now blowing the lid off the corrupt and longstanding (criminal) relationship between regulatory federal agencies and chemical companies. Known as the “Poison Papers Project,” the collection and publication of the documents was initiated this year by Independent Science News and the Center for Media and...
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