By ‘Editing’ Plant Genes, Companies Avoid Regulation

By ANDREW POLLACK JAN. 1, 2015 New York Times

“They are using a technical loophole so that what are clearly genetically engineered crops and organisms are escaping regulation,” said Michael Hansen, a senior scientist at Consumers Union. He said the grass “can have all sorts of ecological impact and no one is required to look at it.”
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