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Nannies Flutter Back To The Butterflies

Activists have seized upon a second Monarch butterfly study (which, like the first flawed study, used circumstances that could only be duplicated in a lab) to re-ignite criticism of genetically improved food. Once again, the activists are being rebuffed by the Environmental Protection Agency, whose officials say, “Based on what we’ve seen so far, we’re not seeing any impact on any non-target organism, particularly the Monarch butterfly.” Even the new study’s lead researcher, John Obrycki, agrees that the potential for harm to butterflies from genetically improved corn remains unclear.

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