From The "Upton Sinclair Revisited" Dept.

Ore : 12:35 PM

Well, since the Right is busy fighting WIC, healthcare, the minimum wage, Social Security, the New Deal, and various and sundry other protections for the poor, I guess we've got to cut corners somewhere (via Atrios):

The program, the Children’s Environmental Exposure Research Study, or CHEERS, would pay the parent of a baby up to $970 if they expose their child to household pesticides and other toxins over a two-year period. The parents are also given a camcorder, which they can keep, to tape the child’s activities and reactions.

Interested in making a few bucks?

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