US GMO regulatory system broken, new analysis shows

| May 8, 2012
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The development of genetically engineered (GE) crops in the 1980′s ignited a buzz in the agricultural community with the potential for higher crop yields and better nutritional content, along with the reduction of herbicide and pesticide use. However, the development of new GE crops has recently slowed to a trickle due to litigation over field testing and deregulation.

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