My argument is that non-gov solutions are the best. Gov allowed for GMOs to have such a large share of the market. Gov made conventional crops enviable with regulation on herbicides etc. Organics are expensive because gov regulation and obviously some other issues. But essentially my point is that through our insistance on gov being the solution to everything, well the gov becomes happily the solution to everything.
Gov should never decide what can and can't be sold. That is not a function of government, at least not of a libertarian one. Our constant looking to gov to solve our problems has led to the behemoth monster we have today.
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