Thank you Costco!

Moms Across America presented 89,000 signatures to Lowe’s, Home Depot, and Costco, requesting they stop selling Roundup.

Costco said yes! They did not order Roundup for their spring sales!

Glyphosphate may someday be gone, but for now we’ll take our victories where we can get them!


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Thanks for the news Bill. Costco is one of the few companies willing to go against the grain. They pay their employees above average pay they help them with their college expenses they help them with their health insurance. The stockholders have been pressuring the CEO to charge a lot higher membership price and he only buckled down $5 more, so it's nice to see that there are still some corporations with some values to them - and getting rid of this poison - that probably, most certainly killed my uncle, is a first step. Thank you Costco! Now if only Costco would sell hospitals, labs, and outpatient centers chemo drugs at a reasonable cost, wouldn't that be something?
Fantastic news! Thanks for posting.
That is good news!
Happy birthday week!
hope you have a nice birthday this week Bill, and many more.
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October 11, 2015

Thermopolis, Wyoming 82443

September 25, 1950

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Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Diffused Large B Cell Lymphoma

September 24, 2015

Stage 2


It comes on without warning.

It is REALLY scary. Hope is as important as breath.

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