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February 27, 2003
State Dept. findings of decrease in cultivation mask replanting in other areas, human cost of fumigation program
February 12, 2003
Citizens excluded from $25 million suit against Bolivia for company's failed water privatization scheme
February 3, 2003
FTAA negotiations next target for public access
January 21, 2003
Third court decision against Bush administration on Trade Issues in Last Month
December 19, 2002
Fails to appoint environmentalist to key trade committee
December 19, 2002
Ruling sets precedent for greater transparency in FTAA and future negotiations
December 11, 2002
Back room deal pushed through despite lawsuit demanding public access to negotiations
August 29, 2002
Case called a "Preview of the Free Trade of the Americas"
June 7, 2002
Minister of Environment Signs Measure on World Environment Day
May 13, 2002
Nation praised for leadership in environmental consciousness
May 1, 2002
Administration selling-out public health, ignoring Clean Air Act
March 19, 2002
Plan to evade U.S. laws would pollute low-income region of Mexico
December 17, 2001
"Banning the export of dangerous pesticides can protect Americans as well."