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Viewpoint: Government-funded anti-GMO groups promote hunger in world’s poorest nations

Paul Driessen | 
Too many US, EU and UN government agencies have been captured by neo-colonialist elements in their leadership and ranks, and ...
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Viewpoint: Bill banning neonicotinoid insecticides from wildlife refuges based on bad science

Paul Driessen | 
The House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources recently approved HR 2854, the 2019 Protect Our Refuges Act, prohibiting the ...
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Viewpoint: Anti-GMO groups’ crusade against Golden Rice not backed by science

Vijay Jayaraj | 
Golden Rice was declared safe for consumption by Canada recently. This has huge implications for the rest of the world, ...
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Viewpoint: Congress should reign in IARC cancer agency’s ‘corruption, distortion and fraud’

Paul Driessen | 
In November 2017, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology sent the UN’s International Agency for ...
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Can EPA ‘restore science and common sense’ to neonicotinoid insecticide regulations?

Paul Driessen | 
[A] federal district court judge has ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency failed to consult with the FWS before approving ...

Will rusty patched bumble bee’s endangered listing become a legal weapon for anti-development activists?

Paul Driessen | 
[Editor's note: Paul Driessen is a policy adviser for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow.] Trump’s Interior Department opened a ...
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Millennial libertarian: ‘Stakes too high’ for Americans to ignore scientific consensus on GMOs

Andrew Wilford | 
Despite the overwhelming scientific consensus that genetically modified foods are safe for human consumption, Americans are generally distrustful of all ...
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