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There are more than just two sides to the GMO labeling debate

Lisa Waananen | 
Labeling foods containing GMOs may seem like a simple issue, but there are a multitude of perspectives that shape the ...

Syringes, gas masks and Frankenfood: Visuals of the GMO debate

Lisa Waananen | 
The opposition to genetically modified food dates back to when the technology was first possible in the 1980s, and those ...

Greater Spokane Inc. comes out against Washington’s GMO labeling initiative

Lisa Waananen | 
Later this year, Washington will vote on whether to label genetically modified foods, or GMOs, and the debate is starting to ...

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