Farmer Paul Schlagel holds a sugar beet.The controversial decision whether to plant genetically modified sugar beets on Boulder County open space took a new turn that might have caused a collective sigh of relief across the Front Range. KRCC’s Ellen Mahoney has this update on the issue.

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