Biotech legislation was for farmers, not Monsanto, Blunt says

11/19/2013 | American City Business Journals

Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., said a law he supported that would allow the sale and cultivation of approved biotech crops despite a judicial challenge was intended to help farmers and not seed companies. Critics called the measure the "Monsanto Protection Act," but "Monsanto didn't have anything to lose -- they already sold the seeds. It was the Farm Families Protection Act," Blunt said.

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