Monday, July 11, 2016

To claim, or not to claim (auto)

A recent study reveals that drivers who file even one claim are likely to see rate hikes of 44% on average. When trying to decide whether to put in a claim or pay for the damage out of pocket, use this handy calculator specific to your state to judge the future effect on your rates. 
http://www.insurancequotes.com/auto/auto-insurance-claim-rate-increase-022216

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Just do it - algae

"China, has mobilized thousands of people and an armada of small boats to clean up an algal bloom choking the coastline and threatening to impede the Olympic competition.
Harvested" algae is transported to local processing centers and used to make feed and fertilizer by companies, including China Ocean University Organism Project Development.  The company uses algae in three ways, namely feed additives, organic fertilizers and materials for healthcare products, said Shan Junwei, president of the company."

Friday, July 1, 2016

What would you do for $ 873,540.00

Monsanto Wins 1st Senate Vote on Roberts-Stabenow DARK Act!

On July 29, Monsanto scored a preliminary victory, winning a Senate “test vote” on a bill known as the DARK Act that Senate Agriculture Committee Chair Pat Roberts (R-Kansas) and Ranking Member Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) introduced to Deny Americans the Right to Know about GMOs.
$ 873,540.00 is how much Senator Nelson D-FL got from agribusiness. He voted YES to effectively stop us from knowing what foods are genetically modified (GMO).

The Roberts-Stabenow GMO labeling bill would kill the Vermont law that labels GMO foods as “produced with genetic engineering.” Vermont's law is working. GMOs are being labeled. Food prices are staying the same. The labels are being used nationwide. 
The Roberts-Stabenow bill wouldn't require words on the package. It exempts nearly all GMOs from labeling. It would take at least 2 years to take effect. And, it’s essentially voluntary because there would be no enforcement for non-compliance.”

Read up on it and Google, there is no excuse for a 'yes' vote, to hide choice, to hurt us and future generations.