AUSTRALIA: Councils may not ban GM crops
Paul Lucas, Minister for Innovation and Information Economy in the Queensland State Government, said yesterday [Thursday] that he had no plans to change State laws to enable councils to legally enforce GM-free zones. Premier Peter Beattie and local government minister Nita Cunningham's office also issued statements denying plans to change the rules. Nevertheless, a number of shires have declared themselves GM-free.
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