So Fat and Salt Aren’t So Bad for Us: Why We No Longer Trust the Government’s … – Somewhat Reasonable – Heartland Institute (blog)


Somewhat Reasonable – Heartland Institute (blog)
So Fat and Salt Aren't So Bad for Us: Why We No Longer Trust the Government's
Somewhat Reasonable – Heartland Institute (blog)
It takes on more than it can chew, from sustainability to labor concerns to tax policy. The findings — compiled by a committee appointed by the USDA and Health and Human Services agency — are important because they serve as the scientific basis for

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Gaps in France’s Surveillance Are Clear; Solutions Aren’t – New York Times


New York Times
Gaps in France's Surveillance Are Clear; Solutions Aren't
New York Times
PARIS — Last June, Patrick Calvar, the head of France's domestic intelligence service, faced a decision: continue surveillance on a French Islamist who had been viewed as a potential threat for a decade, or shift limited resources to help monitor a
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Critics say conditions aren’t improving in Chinese toy factories – Plastics News


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Critics say conditions aren't improving in Chinese toy factories
Plastics News
But industry observers say labor conditions in China's toy factories have been stagnant over the past decade. “The reasons sweatshops exist are not complicated: Sweatshops are the result of high-stakes intense cost and production pressures placed on

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Critics say conditions aren’t improving in Chinese toy factories – Plastics News


Plastics News
Critics say conditions aren't improving in Chinese toy factories
Plastics News
The global toy industry's main certification program for ethical manufacturing, the ICTI Care Foundation, said it has stepped up probations and de-certifications and pushed for greater transparency in labor practices over the past year. China's

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Critics say conditions aren’t improving in Chinese toy factories – Plastics News


Plastics News
Critics say conditions aren't improving in Chinese toy factories
Plastics News
The global toy industry's main certification program for ethical manufacturing, the ICTI Care Foundation, said it has stepped up probations and de-certifications and pushed for greater transparency in labor practices over the past year. China's

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Critics say conditions aren’t improving in Chinese toy factories – Plastics News


Plastics News
Critics say conditions aren't improving in Chinese toy factories
Plastics News
But industry observers say labor conditions in China's toy factories have been stagnant over the past decade. “The reasons sweatshops exist are not complicated: Sweatshops are the result of high-stakes intense cost and production pressures placed on

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Critics say conditions aren’t improving in Chinese toy factories – Plastics News


Plastics News
Critics say conditions aren't improving in Chinese toy factories
Plastics News
The global toy industry's main certification program for ethical manufacturing, the ICTI Care Foundation, said it has stepped up probations and de-certifications and pushed for greater transparency in labor practices over the past year. China's

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Benin Ambassador Fires Back at Arent Lobbying Client – The BLT: Blog of Legal Times (blog)

Benin Ambassador Fires Back at Arent Lobbying Client
The BLT: Blog of Legal Times (blog)
In a May 7 news release, Benin Ambassador Cyrille Oguin said Beninese businessman Patrice Talon hired the Washington office of Arent to "damage" the reputation of the country and its president, Thomas Boni Yayi. The dispatch came less than a month

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American Girls Aren’t Radical Anymore – The Atlantic

American Girls Aren't Radical Anymore
The Atlantic
Organic gardening and school art supplies are perfectly acceptable issues for young girls to tackle, but contrasted with Samantha taking on the entire practice of child labor (as opposed to just rescuing her one friend from factory exploitation), these

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Hey, Ralph, sweatshops aren’t chic – NorthJersey.com

Hey, Ralph, sweatshops aren't chic
NorthJersey.com
Without more disclosure from the company as to which firms and factories make its goods, we can know only that Chinese apparel workers earn, officially, somewhere between 93 cents to just over $ 1 an hour; unofficially, they are often paid less than the

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