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South Korea and Japan suspend U.S. wheat imports

5.31.13 Japan and South Korea suspended U.S. Wheat imports after an experimental strain of Monsanto genetically modified wheat that was never brought to market was found in a field in Oregon, the New York Times reported today.

The wheat was identified when the farmer that found the wheat attempted, unsuccessfully, to kill the wheat with Roundup. Monsanto gave up on the experimental strain when it appeared that there would be no market for it, NPR reported yesterday.

Dust abatement shed to be built

Greeley neighborhood activists have prevailed in their efforts to reduce mine dust in their area, KXLF reports.

Bachman reelection in peril

Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann keeps her name in headlines with her flame throwing tongue, but she faces a tough reelection fight in 2014. She's already behind in the polls, Politico writes.

Openly gay scouts to be allowed

Today, the Boy Scouts voted to allow the openly gay to join, various news sources reported.

Crisp commentary on guns and medicine

You may disagree with David Crisp's views, but you will be hard pressed to find opinions better argued and more eloquently expressed. Read him here.
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