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Glyphosate manufacturers reject alleged weed killer-cancer link in response to federal Roundup report

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Glyphosate registrants defended their products as safe to use in comments submitted .... to the Department of Health and Human ...
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Food and farm groups combat activist effort to ban glyphosate from oat production

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An effort by the Environmental Working Group seeks to eliminate the use of glyphosate in oat production, but farm and ...
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New CDC glyphosate report: “Most studies found no association between exposure to glyphosate-based products and risk of cancer”

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A new [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] report on glyphosate’s toxicological effects likely will play a role in the ongoing ...
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Federal judge rules California can’t label glyphosate herbicide as cancer-causing

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California cannot require companies to place warning labels on glyphosate products, a federal judge affirmed in a ruling issued Tuesday [June 12] ...
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US House committee approves amendment requiring genetically engineered salmon to be labeled

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The [House Appropriations Committee] ... approved, over a handful of objections, an amendment that would subject genetically engineered salmon to ...
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How should the FDA regulate CRISPR gene-edited animals?

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Gene editing is touted as a promising new way of altering the DNA of plants or animals to speed their ...
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Public weighs in on GMO labeling standard

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To help determine how to implement the GMO labeling law signed into law last year, USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service asked ...
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USDA approves first release of GE diamondback moths, in New York cabbage fields

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A proposal to release genetically engineered diamondback moths in cabbage fields in upstate New York has received a green light ...