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Maine approves 3 genetically engineered blight resistant potatoes that reduce pesticide use

Abigail Curtis | 
With little fanfare, the Maine Board of Pesticides Control unanimously approved ... the registration of three new types of genetically ...

Can humans healthily live to 150?

Meg Haskell | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. [W]hile a long life ...
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Maine GMO labeling bill harmful to industry, not based on science

Gordon Colby | 
Should GMO labeling be mandated by state governments? According to a new article, this issue should be decided by regular ...

Give consumers a choice and label genetically modified foods

The following is an excerpt. At first we were skeptical about requiring the labeling of genetically modified food in Maine, ...

Don’t label genetically modified foods

Lauchlin Titus | 
The following is an excerpt. Foods derived from crops improved through biotechnology have been subjected to more scrutiny than any ...
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