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Gene technologies’ time is now

OPINION: We need to keep up with technological advancements and innovations around productivity and efficiency.

We need to update GM and GE laws so protections are liberalised, consistent with the latest science.

Simon Bridges Thu, 06 Jul 2023

On the eve of Fieldays not long ago, the National Party Leader Chris Luxon and his spokesperson Judith Collins announced they’d end New Zealand’s ban on gene editing and genetic modification to, among other things, help our economy and climate change.

If National wins the election, the rules

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