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Europe to allow member states to restrict or ban GMOs

11:37 AM MDT | June 12, 2014

The European Council has reached an agreement that provides for a two-step procedure enabling European member states to restrict or ban the cultivation of authorized genetically-modified organisms (GMO) on their respective territories. Several member states have called for more flexibility and legal certainty to enable decisions to be taken at a national level on the cultivation of GMOs on their respective territories. Cultivation is recognized to be an issue with strong national or local dimensions, but current EU legislation offers limited possibilities to...

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