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Court Rejects Genetically Modified Sugar Beets - It's About Time!

• Surviving the Middle Class Crash
The department’s 2005 decision on sugar beets acknowledged that pollen from the genetically modified crop could spread to other beet crops. But the USDA said farmers would not be harmed because they would still be able to buy non-genetically modified seeds.
Not harmed? You bunch of USDA jackasses! Once Monsanto enforces its patent on the contaminated farm, good-bye farmer, enter Monsanto lackey, or bankruptcy.

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