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Published: Friday, May 9 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

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TilleySue
South Weber, UT

I agree with the comment that if GMOs are truly safe, then there should be nothing to hide, and by labeling them we can move past the debate. The article mentions much support for the safety of GMOs without any mention of the compelling studies that show otherwise. I found the "RISK" section interesting in that it mainly discussed how safe GMOs are. What kind of journalism is that? Read The World According To Monsanto. What an eye-opener.

Hemlock
Salt Lake City, UT

Unscientific paranoia is the only harm that GMOs have caused. Millions have been saved from starvation, yet 3.1 million died last year according to Lancet. The number who have died from GMO - 0. With a finite amount of land and water, the only method to feed the growing world population and lift millions from poverty will be increasing the harvest of rice and wheat among other grans by GMO advances already in progress. Europe has been duped by bogus "research" on the negative effects of GMOs, but hopefully rational thought processes will prevail in the future.

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