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General News    H3'ed 5/30/19

New Mexico Attorney General Balderas sues Monsanto, the company that made now-banned PCBs

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This has been an ongoing battle on the West Coast; because of slavish obedience to large corporations, to federally funded weapons and the incumbent attached mentality, NM has been silent far too long! There are  8 West Coast cities with similar lawsuits; that is just to clean up the mess, nothing punitive or exemplary. Please see my prior OpEdNews article:

Portland Oregon: City #8 to sue Monsanto over Polychlorinated Biphenyls Cleanup Costs (Like 1990's Tobacco Suits)

Balderas: “Giant out-of-state corporations cannot flood New Mexico with toxic chemicals which they knew would poison our land and waters. I will hold them accountable for damage they’ve done to the beautiful natural wonders that our children should be able to enjoy for generations to come. They have lied for decades, and now the truth must come to light.'

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Thanks for this news. However, the video posted talks about something different.

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Yes. I know.


It was to allow readers to kind of get acquainted with Balderas, and also because as breaking news, there was not one single relevant video available. Even if there had been, it would be most likely a 2 minute clip from local news.


There STILL isn't anything relevant to the Monsanto suit which is new (things sometimes move slowly and erratically here in NM!) but here is a bit more on the issues he faces as NMAG.


Fronteras 525: NM Attorney General - Hector Balderas Fronteras host Samantha Sonner interviews the New Mexico Attorney General, Hector Balderas. The show focuses on the issues the Attorney General is ...
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