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Sounds like Prop 37 of CA people at work

These questions are made to sound as if citizens of the EU reject GM foods, their prices will be higher. Smells bad. That is the ploy they used in CA to make Prop 37 fail. Hopefully, Europeans are smarter than that. Cheaper food now, perhaps, but higher prices paid at the doctor, or with your life, later.

Posted by K. H.
19 January 2013 | 17h57

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