How can company who wants to own the world's food supply through its patented genetically engineered seeds―gets away with not having to label its products. According to OpenSecrets.org, Monsanto lives at the doorsteps of legislators in Washington, where it spent $5.3 million last year lobbying the nation's lawmakers, and has already spent $1.4 million in the first three months of this year. According to OpenSecrets.org, so far this election cycle, Monsanto's PAC has given $77,500 to 17 members of the House agriculture committee, or their leadership PACs. Monsanto's interests in Washington are diverse. . Over the years, this biotech giant has successfully infiltrated an ever-increasing number of high-level federal regulatory positions in the U.S. government; many of which are positions meant to protect your food safety.
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