Mendocino County Bans Genetically Modified Organisms
Jun 2004 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Some hope it will save agriculture as they know it. Others see it as uncertain and risky, and a certain number simply shrug their shoulders at the issue. But in Mendocino County, voters have decided to act now. On March 2, residents of this rural California county chose to pass the nation's first complete ban on cultivating, propagating, raising or growing any type of genetically modified organism (GMO). Opinions within the county are divided: on one hand, genetic engineering has the potential t...
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