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EXCLUSIVE: Moms Across America releases powerful new documentary exposing toxicity of GMOs and glyphosate

(Natural News) Moms Across America has just released a powerful new video called “Communities Rising” that exposes the devastating toxicity of GMOs and glyphosate. Watch the video now at this YouTube link, or watch it below. “This film highlights everyday citizens across the world that are taking matters into their own hands, healing their families,...
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