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Colorado and Oregon voters will soon consider GMO labeling ballot measures, while Maui County voters will face a proposal to adopt a moratorium on the use of GMO seeds. Voting machine picture courtesy of the National Museum of American History.

 

 

    Initiatives attacking ag biotech on the ballot in Colorado, Oregon and Maui

    Oct. 28, 2014—Voters across Colorado and Oregon and in Maui County, Hawaii, will weigh in on biotech-related ballot measures at the polls next week.Read More

    Study confirms EPA’s proposed carbon regs will fuel spike in energy costs

    Oct. 22, 2014—New analysis predicts that compliance with EPA’s proposed greenhouse gas regulations could total upwards of $366 billion. Read More

    American Farm Bureau survey: Big data use increasing, big questions remain

    Oct. 21, 2014 – A survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation shows more farmers are reaping the benefits of the latest agricultural technologies, but most remain wary of risks involved with big data collection. Read More


     

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