Court battles over GMOs in Wildlife Refuges

| | November 28, 2012
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A judge recently ordered Fish and Wildlife Services to halt the planting of genetically engineered crops on the national wildlife land in the Southeast Region. Similar results eluded environmental groups in a related lawsuit over GMO use on refuge lands in the Midwest Region.

View the original article here: Court Battles Over GMOs in Southeast and Midwest Wildlife Refuges

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