The problem with GE bill is Congressional corruption, not GE foods

The following is an edited excerpt.

Only one American industry is provided protection from government interference in the U.S. Constitution – the free press.

Yet that doesn’t relieve news organizations from all kinds of government regulations. OSHA regulates worker safety, the Labor Board oversees fair employment practices and the FCC monitors dirty words uttered on news broadcasts.

 

So it’s not all that unusual that the agricultural giant Monsanto would seek to use the Congress to protect itself from the hysteria over genetically modified organisms – or GMOs – that is spreading through anti-corporate liberal circles.

Read the original article in its entirety here: The problem with the GMO bill is Congressional corruption, not GMOs

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