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EPA to press ahead with long-awaited regulations

WASHINGTON - During the first half of 1994, the Environmental Protection Agency hopes to publish long-awaited regulations covering genetically engineered microorganisms, including experimental use of microbial pesticides and transgenic plants that produce pesticidal substances.

The government has been developing the regulations since the mid-1980s, but disputes within the executive branch about the degree of regulation that

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