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The blowback caused by a new law that lets biotech companies like Monsanto escape litigation is so tremendous that a senior senator from Maryland has offered the public an apology.
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What a lying fat t urd.
She SPONSORED the bill. I wrote her for WEEKS before it was passed.
Good luck getting anything out of her office. She and Cardin are both useless; they care nothing for their constituents.
They won't investigate misconduct at federal agencies either; all they do is send the agency's statement with a letter that says, in entirety, "this is what they said. Sorry we couldn't help."
Contrary to her statement a Senator's responsibility is not to prevent a government shutdown. It is to represent the interests of her people.
The legislative process was not intended to streamline the passage of laws, but hinder it. By forcing drawn out discussion of issues, the theory was, the only laws passed would be those on which there was consensus, and which were in the people's interest.
A nything to justify staying in office. . .
Wow.. Some nerve these Senators have... The Pay out, the Act, the Apology....... No accountability..
ALEC wrote it?Anti-Constitution /human rights thugs.No apologies 4 defending human rights over CEO's.
No one ever finds out who writes these bills. They need to be held accountable.
what do we do? we help each other resist; non-violently. put our minds together; be creative; smart
At the end of the day it is our fault for voting for lawyers.
Join the world wide protest to stop Monsanto on may 25th, 2013. We cannot tolerate this any longer!
They will be held accountable for the attempted destruction of the human race.
These politicians have sold their souls!
I agree w everyone.what do we do? We hold Pres. accntable for lying&stand up Monsanto by boycotting.
Yet another attack on the world by United States.
And another lie told to the American people.
Why do we need elected officials make our laws? Via the Internet couldn't we govern ourselves?
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