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GMO Moratorium Movement Must be Taken Seriously

Safety issues will be addressed with the passing of this initiative.

March 20, 2014

I would like to ask why your writer seems inclined to characterize this event, the Fe....

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ONEMAUI

Mar-20-14 3:48 PM

TADA.... I totally agree with your thoughts and especially these facts below...!!

"IT IS NOT UP TO USE" TO PROVE THAT WHAT MONSANTO IS DOING IS SAFE FOR ALL OF US..!!

IT IS THE "DUTY AND RESPONSIBILITY" OF THE MANUFACTURE OF "THESE NEW LIFE FORMS"..(MAN PLAYING GOD) THAT NEEDS TO BE PROVEN TO ALL OF US..THAT WHAT THEY ARE PRODUCING IS 100% PROVEN SAFE FOR US AND THE ENVIRONMENT....!!! WE NEED TO ACCEPT NOTHING LESS....

BECAUSE...ASK YOURSELVES.... CAN WE EVER EVER EVER TRUST MONSANTO... WHO From 1965 to 1969, the former Monsanto Company was A wartime government contractor who manufactured Agent Orange 18,000,000 gallons of this poisonous chemical herbicides were sprayed over 6 million acres of forest and croplands in South Vietnam alone ??

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PaiaGirl

Mar-22-14 9:55 PM

Considering that over 6,000 registerd voters of Maui County have already signed the GMO Moritorium initiative, one would think that they should be taken seriously.

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RoxannaD

Mar-22-14 10:53 PM

A graceful response to an article written by a man who funnily enough happens to work for UH college of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources. In 2012 they received 500,000$ from monsanto money creating the Monsanto Research Fellows Fund. Those bling bling blinders do funny things! Thank you for taking the time to write this response!

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