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US at final stages of approving next generation GM herbicide-resistant crops, galvanizing activists

Carey Biron | 
Two key federal agencies are in the final stages of approving a new herbicide-resistant crop “system” that would constitute the ...

Vermont senator describes consumers as ‘guinea pigs’ when ramifications of GMOs are not well-understood

Aaron Mate, Amy Goodman | 
Vermont is poised to become the first state to require the labeling of genetically modified organisms in food products. We speak ...

Still chasing ghosts: A new genetic methodology will not find the “missing heritability”

Evan Charney | 
One of the hopes and promises of the Human Genome Sequencing Project was that it would revolutionize the understanding, diagnosis, ...

Battling India’s “Monsanto Protection Act,” farmers demand end to GMO

Paromita Pain | 
On August 8, thousands of farmers and activists from across 20 Indian states demonstrated in New Delhi against the Biotechnology ...

Why labels on GE foods won’t cost consumers a dime

Ronnie Cummins, Zack Kaldveer | 
The following is an edited excerpt. The biotech industry, led by Monsanto, will soon descend on the state of Washington ...

Five ways the FDA has failed consumers on genetically engineered foods

Zack Kaldveer | 
The following is an edited excerpt.  1. No health safety testing Genetically engineered (GE) foods have never been safety tested ...
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