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Hawaii economist Paul Brewbaker on Sunrise with insight on Maui County’s GMO debate

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

While others argue the science of GMOs, the Maui Chamber of Commerce worries about job loss from a GMO, and hired local economist Paul Brewbaker to cost out the economic impact if the proposed GMO ban should pass. Howard Dicus walked him through his findings. Sunrise has also booked a spokesman for the ban movement to appear on the show Monday.

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