Eco-News Roundup: Friday April 16

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Popularity Contest: Kevin Drum on why the healthcare bill isn’t getting more popular.

Nuke This: The nuclear summit accomplished a lot, but one lawmaker thinks otherwise.

Caged Birds: McDonald’s vetos using cage-free eggs in its products. [Consumerist]

Pay It Forward: Healthcare reform may have set the stage for regulating Wall Street.

War on Drugs: Obama is poised to revamp the War on Drugs, with appropriate funding.

Backlash: To spite The Cove, Japanese Sea Shepherd “fan club” enjoys whale feast. [JapanProbe]

He Said, She Said: Is the new field of “male studies” just an excuse for misogyny?

 

 

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