More California counties move to ban biotech crops

June 24, 2004 -- CropChoice news: California's Butte and Marin counties will join Humboldt County to vote on bans of genetically engineered crops by the end of this year.

Butte and Marin are currently two of seven California counties trying to ban genetically engineered crops. Activists in Sonoma, Napa, Alameda, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo also seek to place bans on the ballot.

Source: FoodFirst

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