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Debate: Should We Genetically Modify Food?

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California farmer Erik Freese pulls down a healthy ear of corn that has been genetically engineered to produce its own pesticide. He says genetic engineering has helped him to farm more sustainably. Kathleen Masterson for NPR hide caption

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Two Sides Prepare For Vote On Genetically Modified Labeling In Calif.

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Scientists say the corn rootworm is growing resistant to Bt corn. Snbetor via Flickr hide caption

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