Ashely Monti—In 1999, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a beta-agonist drug commonly known as ractopamine. Meat producers use ractopamine to accelerate weight gain and promote leanness in pigs, cattle, and turkeys. Today, over 160 countries either restrict or completely ban the use of ractopamine. However, the United States (U.S.) and 25 other countries […]READ FULL ARTICLE
By Nicholas Barry Creel | Georgia College and State University, Assistant Professor of Business Law and EthicsJuly 21, 2021—The Supreme Court decision in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee regarding Arizona election laws immediately and predictably drew considerable criticism from numerous voting rights advocates. The two laws challenged in this instance allowed election officials to discard […]READ FULL ARTICLE
By: Tyler Yeargain | Associate Director, Yale Center for Environmental Law and PolicyFebruary 15, 2021—What if things had gone differently in 2020? There are countless ways to present the hypothetical—what if Pete Buttigieg had won Iowa outright, and walked away from the caucus with momentum? What if Joe Biden hadn’t been endorsed by Congressman Jim […]READ FULL ARTICLE
Ricardo “Rico” J.J. Edwards Jr.—Have you seen the movie 2012? What took place in January 2020, when President Trump was informed about the danger of Covid-19, tells a similar plot. Many audiences can observe the 2012 administration’s silence about Earth’s catastrophic changes, which led to unnecessary deaths. In 2012, the President’s Chief of Staff failed […]READ FULL ARTICLE
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