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Use facts to win debate on GM food   - 9 Hours ago
Updated: 2014-10-23 07:38 By Xiao Xin(China Daily) There is no sign of the debate on whether China should legalize planting of genetically modified (GM) crops, such as rice and wheat, ending anytime
  
    



GMO food labeling on ballot in Oregon, Colorado   - 9 Hours ago
Voters in two Western states are caught in fierce battles over whether consumers will know what is deep inside their food. Oregon and Colorado on Nov. 4 will decide the fate of labeling laws for genetically
  
    




John Deere to unveil new sprayer at CropTech 2014   - 10 Hours ago
Aimed at arable farms, speciality crop growers and contractors, the new John Deere R4040i self-propelled sprayer replaces the current 5430i model for 2015, and is designed to provide improved performance,
  
    



Appeals court revives Syngenta, Bunge GMO lawsuit   - 9 Hours ago
A federal appeals court gave agricultural chemical-maker Syngenta Seeds hope Monday that it may be able to proceed with a lawsuit against grain storage and transportation company for refusing to accept
  
    



L.A. GMO ordinance wouldn't amount to a hill of beans: Editorial   - 10 Hours ago
The Los Angeles City Council took a stand this week on an issue of statewide relevance, even national or global relevance. It ought to cut that out. The issue is genetically modified crops. Pretending
  
    



President and CEO of Molokai Chamber of Commerce Voices Opinion on GMO Ban   - 10 Hours ago
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The GMO debate in Hawaii rages on and Sunrise brought in the President of the Molokai Chamber of Commerce, Robert Stephenson, to discuss how the institution of a moratorium
  
    


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As You Sow’s Dishonest GMO Activism   - 11 Hours ago
As You Sow has organized an investor letter sent to the top 50 corporate opponents of GMO labeling ballot initiatives in California (Proposition 37) and Washington (Initiative 522). The letter to public
  
    



Wasa Crispbread Receives Non-GMO Project Verified Seal   - 10/22/2014
BANNOCKBURN, ILL.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Wasa is pleased to announce seven of its crispbread products have passed the independent verification and testing process allowing them to bear the Non-GMO Project
  
    



Battles rage in Oregon, Colorado over genetically modified foods   - 10/21/2014
Voters in two Western states are caught in fierce battles over whether consumers will know what is deep inside their food. Oregon and Colorado on Nov. 4 will decide the fate of labeling laws for genetically
  
    


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By far, the biggest cash contributor is Monsanto.   - 10/21/2014
Some food fights turn out to be very expensive.  New reports filed with the Oregon Elections Division show that Measure 92, the ballot initiative to require labels for any food containing genetically
  
    



Local market celebrates National Co-op Month, Non-GMO Month   - 17 Hours ago
Each October, cooperatives all across the country celebrate the role, accomplishments and contributions of our nation's cooperatives. Damariscotta’s own natural foods cooperative, Rising Tide Community
  
    



Syngenta lawsuit against Bunge over GMO corn revived on appeal   - 21 Hours ago
A federal appeals court has opened the door for Syngenta Seeds to revive a lawsuit it brought against Bunge North America in 2011 over the agribusiness company's refusal of a type of genetically modified
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Class action against Syngenta’s GM corn   - 10/22/2014
Swiss agro-chemical giant Syngenta is being sued for over a ‘$1 billion’ in damages of by United States’ corn farmers after China failed to approve imports of genetically modified corn. The lawsuits
  
    



Victory: Judge Deprives Monsanto of GM Planting Permit in Mexico, Protects the Bees   - 10/22/2014
A Mexican judge won't be bought off by the giant biotech company, Monsanto—instead he honored the complaints of small bee-keepers and will stall the growing season for Monsanto's GM soybeans. Honoring
  
    



Dept cleared in papaya case   - 10/21/2014
The Supreme Administrative Court yesterday upheld an earlier ruling by the Central Administrative Court, clearing the Department of Agricultural (DOA) of allegations that it was negligent in the management
  
    



Over $17 Million Being Spent On Oregon's GMO Labeling Proposition Vote   - 10/21/2014
Statesman Journal (Oregon) reports: The battle over labeling of genetically modified food is officially Oregon's most expensive ballot fight ever. Opponents and supporters of Measure 92 have raised
  
    



An interesting twist in the GMO debate   - 11 Hours ago
People are already casting their ballots for the November election in which, among other things, voters will decide whether to require labeling on some foods containing GMOs, or genetically modified organisms.
  
    



Lordstown GM plant plans to install 8,500 solar panels   - 15 Hours ago
"We think it’s a really cool symbol in that it shows GM’s commitment to finding renewable energies and also our ongoing efforts to reduce our carbon footprint and help the overall environment and atmosphere
  
    



GMO election fight financially one-sided   - 15 Hours ago
Colorado’s voters continue to be pounded by multi-million dollar political advertising campaigns, often with the two candidates or issue opponents fairly evenly matched, with no respite in sight until
  
    



Record spending on Measure 92 raises stakes on GMO labeling proposal (guest opinion)   - 16 Hours ago
By Jayne Carroll It may be hard to believe but Measure 92, the campaign to label genetically modified food in Oregon, is now the most expensive ballot measure campaign in state history. To date, according
  
    



Battles rage over genetically modified foods   - 21 Hours ago
October 22nd, 2014 8:25 am by By Michael Muskal, Los Angeles Times (MCT) Voters in two Western states are caught in fierce battles over whether consumers will know what is deep inside their food.
  
    



Food giants spend millions to take on GMO labeling   - 10/22/2014
C olorado voters continue to be pounded by multi-million dollar political advertising campaigns, often with the two candidates or issue opponents fairly evenly matched, with no respite in sight until
  
    



GMO battle taken to the ballot   - 10/22/2014
You may have seen the ads all over local TV taking a stand against the genetically modified organism initiative. It’s a measure that'll be up for vote by the people of Maui County on next month’s ballot.
  
    



City Council Backs GMO Ban on Locally Grown Food   - 10/22/2014
The council voted 13-1 to move forward with the largely symbolic motion by councilmen Paul Koretz and Mitch O’Farrell. The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday tentatively backed a proposal to ban the cultivation
  
    



Ban on GMO plants advances at L.A. City Hall   - 10/22/2014
Facing pressure from groups both inside and outside of Los Angeles, city lawmakers moved forward Tuesday with plans to regulate the growth of genetically modified crops.The City Council voted to ask city
  
    
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