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The Implementation of SNAP Work Requirements Could Be Hugely Harmful to the LGBT Community
But it's hard to say exactly how harmful, as there are only scant data points available.
Breaking a Sacred Trust: On the Exploitation of Traditional Native Knowledge
In many Native American communities, there's a fear that any knowledge shared with scientists could end up in published reports—which could, in turn, lead to a familiar story of plundering.
The FDA and the USDA Partner to Improve Food Safety
The outlined agreement emphasizes collaboration on common interests to improve food safety and to provide more information to Americans on products they purchase from store shelves.
Use It or Lose It: Across the West, Exercising One's Right to Waste Water
“Use it or lose it” clauses give farmers, ranchers, and governments holding water rights a powerful incentive to use more water than they need.
Could Parts of the Eurozone End Up Looking Like the Mississippi Delta?
Nearly a century ago, during the Great Migration, less-educated individuals were the ones who left home in search of better lives. The opposite is true today, with the educated more mobile than ever before, leaving some places in a spiral of decline.
Will Kids Eat Broccoli—and Can Schools Afford to Buy It?
School cafeteria food may be hazardous to your children's health, but a pair of University of Minnesota studies shows that cooking nutritious meals, and convincing children to eat them, might be simpler and cheaper than many experts had believed.