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The 2010 Election: What About The Environment?

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It is election time in America. Normally, people don’t pay such close attention to the rhetoric spewed out of the politicians’ mouths but once again, this year, each race and each vote matters! With the current economy in a dire state, thanks to career politicians with their out of control spending, non-stop political favors rendered to special interest groups that are destroying the environment and poisoning our food, not to mention the destruction of our agriculture as farmers are losing their farms, some even committing suicide, the laundry list is long. It is no longer time for a change but rather time for a whole new make-over! People want elected officials to do something other than raise taxes and grant favors for corporations with deep pockets that can keep funding their campaigns. What environmental policies should the political parties commit to for the 2010 election? Is it going to be another round of environmental devastation and depletion? Are these politicians even remotely concerned? To find out, join the conversation in this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, when Jan Simpson, political enthusiast and Twitter’s most influential woman in the world, chats with Stephen Graves, strategic business and political consultant, Jeffrey Earl Habay, The Majority Whip of The Pennsylvania House of Representatives and 6-Term Pennsylvania State Legislator and Larry Plesent, CEO of Vermont Soapworks (www.VTSoap.com) who is an expert on the organic industry, is a small business owner, restaurateur and author! They will be my guests for a friendly conversation about the 2010 election and what it will mean for the environment, farmers, jobs and our health! Stay tuned!

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