by: Daniel Barker
(NaturalNews) The Environmental Protection Agency has been involved in numerous scandals, cover-ups and general misdeeds over the past few years, but one of the agency’s most egregious recent actions went nearly unnoticed by the media and the public.
For example, the EPA’s mishandling and subsequent cover-up of the Gold King Mine cleanup disaster, which poisoned hundreds of miles of waterways in three states, has been reported on – particularly in alternative media sources.
Reports of the agency’s role in the ongoing Flint water crisis have also been in the news, of course.
But when the EPA quietly raised “acceptable” glyphosate limits in fruits and vegetables toextremely high and toxic levels, no one in the press paid much attention.
The raising of acceptable glyphosate limits actually happened in 2013, and the fact that…
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