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EU Approves COVID Passport: Here’s How It Works — and Why the U.S. Doesn’t Have One

Written by on June 17, 2021 in Government, Policies with 0 Comments
EU Approves COVID Passport: Here’s How It Works — and Why the U.S. Doesn’t Have One

The European Commission on June 14 signed legislation to create the EU Digital COVID Certificate, but U.S. law still prohibits the creation of a national vaccine database, leaving vaccine passport decisions up to the states. #vaccinepassport

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EU Parliament Overwhelmingly Votes to End Caged Animal Farming

Written by on June 16, 2021 in Environment, Farming & Gardening with 1 Comment
EU Parliament Overwhelmingly Votes to End Caged Animal Farming

The European Union voted to end caged animal farming following overwhelming public demand for the measure. 1.4 million people across Europe signed a petition to “End the Cage Age,” and MEPs are now calling for a ban by 2027. #cagefreefarming #EndTheCageAge

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How The EU Stopped The Pandemic (The Comic)

Written by on October 22, 2020 in Media & Arts with 0 Comments
How The EU Stopped The Pandemic (The Comic)

Join James Corbett for the most recent edition of #PropagandaWatch and read along as we thrill and chill to an exciting story of time-traveling pandemic survivors and learn how the EU (and big pharma) teamed up to save the world from a deadly (fictional) virus.

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Good News: EU Fails to Agree on Glyphosate License Renewal

Good News: EU Fails to Agree on Glyphosate License Renewal

The European Commission has again hit a wall in renewing the approval for the weedkiller glyphosate. The proposal to renew the EU license for glyphosate for another five years failed to a reach a qualified majority, meaning a decision has again been postponed, according to lawmakers. The current license is due to expire on December 15, but there is an 18 month grace period. Fourteen countries voted in favor of the renewal, nine against, while five, including Germany, abstained from voting. The proposal could now be referred to an appeal committee, or alternatively the Commission could draw up a new proposal to be voted upon.

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