October 12, 2016
The long wait is over – CEI has released the full version of the new film I, Whiskey: The Human Spirit online. From the earliest concept discussions to our Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to today’s official release, it’s been a long and rewarding road to the final product. You can read more about the pre-history of the project here.
In the weeks leading up to today, we shared an advance version of the film with several friends who generously reviewed it and provided us with feedback. We’ve reprinted some of those generous assessments below. It’s an impressive group (if we do say so ourselves). Once you’ve watched the film, scroll down...
September 30, 2016
Please join us and other friends nationwide on October 19th for a viewing of the new short film I, Whiskey: The Human Spirit. People all across the country will be throwing parties to watch the film with their friends and toasting to creativity, ingenuity, and freedom.
UPDATE: We can now provide people who register for the watch party campaign with a discount code for party supplies (i.e., liquor). If you live in one of the many cities served by the alcohol delivery service Drizly, you’ll get $15 off your first order of $30 or more. You just have to fill out the registration form and we...
July 21, 2016
July 14, 2016
In advance of a House vote today concerning mandatory GMO labeling, myself and other policy experts on biotechnology, consumer, and agricultural policy sent a letter to lawmakers explaining the problems with that plan:
The House is expected to vote this week on the Senate’s mandatory GMO labeling legislation, and may do so without even allowing any amendments, despite the House having already passed its own GMO bill that created a voluntary labeling system.
A group of free-market GMO experts released the following statement today regarding the House possibly rubberstamping the Senate GMO bill:
“The House is about to completely ignore its voluntary labeling bill that it passed last year with bipartisan support and cave to a poorly considered Senate bill that was developed behind closed doors.
July 7, 2016open letter released today, several food safety experts warned of the problems with a new Senate bill that would regulate the labeling of genetically modified foods. A reaction to...
July 1, 2016
June 29, 2016Greenpeace has been among the most vocal, and oftentimes vicious, opponents of biotechnology and genetically engineered crops. The group has lobbied for bans on GE crops and gone as far as destroying field tests in...
June 23, 2016a coalition letter yesterday, 10 market-oriented groups, including CEI, urged the House leadership to call for a vote on S.J. Res. 28 to nullify the wasteful catfish inspection program rule. The groups noted...
June 20, 2016
June 15, 2016
Proponents of the tax market it more as a means to bridge Philly’s ever-growing...