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Wednesday, August 31, 2016


Rose Marie Leather

It is widely felt that governmental endorsements of GMO research has been compromised by a too cozy rapport between private and public regulatory bodies for a number of decades. Since generally lax regulation in Washington is perceived to be much more the rule than the exception, it would be prudent to err on the side of skepticism with regard to U. S. government regulatory pronouncements. Literature I have read on GMO development history persuades me toward caution. Clear, accessible labeling is little enough to ask in light of justifiable skepticism.

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