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GM crops go to court

 
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This is the first I have heard of this it could be one of the most important cases in agriculture to hit SCOTUS.


Washington - The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in its first-ever case involving genetically modified crops. The decision in this case may have a significant impact on both the future of genetically modified foods and government oversight of that and other environmental issues.

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All crops since the dawn of agriculture have been genetically modified. Wonder how it's possible to draw a line that isn't completely arbitrary.
 
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This will be interesting.  Companies have used their patents to financially bleed (legal fees) their competition out of business.  I wonder if this will resolve that or affirm the current practice of deep pockets and tall lawyers rule the day.
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