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Viewpoint: Ironically named ‘Saving America’s Pollinators Act’ would harm bees, hinder sustainable farming

Henry Miller | 
Some old ideas for bad laws are endlessly recycled. Take the case of the Saving America’s Pollinators Act, a nearly six-year-old ...
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US Department of Health and Human Services states life begins at conception

Harvest Prude | 
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) just released their 2018-2022 plan, which unequivocally states that life begins at ...
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Viewpoint: Conventional farmers take better care of soil health than media portrays

Amanda Zaluckyj | 
[Editor’s Note: Amanda Zaluckyj is a practicing attorney and farmer's daughter who shares her family's story at The Farmer's Daughter ...
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Markets—not morals—prompt former GMO executives move to anti-biotechnology labs

Julie Gunlock | 
[Editor’s note: Julie Gunlock is a book author and senior fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum and directs the organization’s ...
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Opinion: Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio and foodie movement push expensive, counterproductive farm policies

Julie Kelly | 
Tom Colicchio wants every child to taste an apple by the age of three. That’s just one of the many ...
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Eugenics was once favored tool of progressives to remove ‘bad genes’ from society

Kyle Sammin | 
Most people close their eyes to unpleasantness in their past. Political movements do the same thing on a grander scale ...
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Are GMOs our best chance at stopping spread of Zika?

Josiah Neeley | 
The Zika virus is scary.... Worries about Zika are already being used as cudgels in the culture wars. Religious conservatives have ...

Technology-based agriculture in Africa could lower carbon pollution as farming expands

Hank Campbell | 
Hank Campbell, editor of Science 2.0, summarizes a new study that looks at land use and carbon footprint for agriculture in ...