Lawmaker visits Canadian province to find allies against genetically modified salmon

AnchorageApril 23, 2013 

From the Kodiak Daily Mirror:

An Anchorage lawmaker has taken the state’s anti-Frankenfish campaign to tiny Prince Edward Island on Canada’s Atlantic Coast.

On Thursday, Rep. Geran Tarr (D-Anchorage) met with Robert Ghiz, Premier of Canada’s smallest province. Her goal: persuade Ghiz to oppose AquaBounty Technologies’ plan to grow genetically modified salmon eggs in the province. ...


Following his meeting with Tarr, Ghiz did not agree to oppose AquaBounty’s plans but said he will direct his staff to research the matter further.

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