The EWG praises Senator Debbie Stabenow , chairwoman for the Senate Committee drawing up the 2012 Farm Costs for not really allowing the new costs to be even worse than it is. But they believe the trade off for Big Ag’s insurance assistance ought to be more environmental demands and regulations for those who benefit most. Ronnie Cummins’ Organic Customers Association sees the right with the bad. He factors to the good with the amendment by Senator Tom Coburn to cut farm subsidies for anyone with the average income over $1 million.The experts examined nearly 1,800 different advertisements for beer, alcopops and spirits that appeared between 2008 and 2010 in national magazines; they found that while the ads largely honored existing regulations and codes, numerous adherent ads contained content promoting unhealthy and problematic consumption still. Examples include ads showing scantily clad, objectified and sexualized women, and ads associating alcoholic beverages with active lifestyles and excess weight control.