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Let’s have a public debate about the Trans Pacific Partnership. If you’re like me, you’ve known for a while that the U.S. is negotiating a new pact called the Trans Pacific Partnership, the TPP, but you haven’t taken the time to figure out exactly why it matters.

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Five of the world’s six largest GE seed and pesticide corporations—BASF, Dow, DuPont, Monsanto and Syngenta—are using prime farmland on the Hawai’ian islands to test new GE crops. Their experimental plots are displacing smaller farmers and driving up the use of health harming pesticides.

Spring 2013 Newsletter

With your support, PAN and our allies have kept the pressure on EPA to protect bees. We helped file more than two million public comments and a legal petition with two dozen beekeepers—and yet the agency continues to drag its feet. Now we’re taking EPA to court.

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Thanks to you and all the PAN members who have signed petitions, donated and spoken to friends countless times over the past year, there will be no 2,4-D-resistant corn planted in 2013. This is very good news for farmers and rural communities. Together, we’ve kept Dow AgroSciences’ controversial new genetically engineered (GE) crop out of American fields for another year.