Supreme Court rules Monsanto has right to protect seed patent

In a case that went all the way to the Supreme Court, it was ruled that a farmer sued by Monsanto had violated earlier agreements not to cultivate new seeds from Monsanto crops.

Due Diligence’s Carmen Russell-Sluchansky talked with Bill Freese, Science Policy Analyst at the Center for Food Safety, and Lori Alvino McGill, Constitutional Attorney, Latham & Watkins LLP:

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Carmen is a multimedia journalist based in Washington, DC whose work has appeared in a variety of outlets including National Geographic, NBC News, the BBC, Asia! Magazine, The China Post, Chicago Tribune and Orlando Sentinel.