According to Natural News, in the wake of so many deadline shifts is a confusing mix of rules, regulations and mandates that no one can fully explain – or that the Obama administration can reasonably explain, outside of implementing them for purely political reasons.
That said, there has been a huge amount of problems for even enrolling for coverage. As most Americans are aware, the roll-out of the Obamacare federal online insurance exchange – Healthcare.gov – which covers 36 states (only 14 chose to establish their own state-run exchanges) was an unmitigated disaster. Even at this late date, scores of Americans who did manage to sign up aren’t even sure whether they are covered; many more still haven’t even paid their premiums, because they are unsure of whom to pay them to.
As reported by The Wall Street Journal:
A last-minute rush of customers helped new health-insurance exchanges boost enrollment [last] week, and many states extended deadlines to accommodate stragglers.
But officials acknowledged they had a long way to go to make a big dent in the number of uninsured people and attract the younger, healthier customers needed to make the economics of the new marketplaces work.
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In a court case involving organic farmers and seed producers, suits filed against Monsanto didn’t play out as planned.
This case was put before the United States court system as a precautionary measure for farmers in the case that genetically engineered crops “accidentally” end up on organic farmland.
The GMO spreading effect
For example, when corn pollination begins, its byproduct (the pollen) is estimated to drift many of miles from where it originated. At these distances, there’s no telling how many other crops can be affected.
These altered organisms do not stay within the confines of their land, and because of this, many organic farmers are being hit with GMO crops that they didn’t want in the first place.
It seems that the United States Supreme Court is refusing to help those against Monsanto, which in turn, is not playing out well for many other organic food producers across the country.
Monsanto claims no responsibility and is actually demanding payment from the farmers who have been impacted by this cross-pollination effect.
This food giant often sues farmers who grow (not by choice) the company’s patented and genetically engineered crops without paying the so-called “owed royalties.”
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