Judge blocks anti-GMO law in Hawaii

A federal judge last week struck down Kauai County’s (Hawaii) anti-GMO law, which requires companies to disclose their use of pesticides and genetically modified crops.

U.S. District Court Judge Barry Kurren ruled the Kauai County ordinance unlawfully preempts state law governing pesticide use.


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