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Justices hostile to farmer's argument against Monsanto

Mark Walters (L), attorney for Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman (R), speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in Bowman's case against global seed giant, Monsanto. REUTERS/Jason Reed

Mark Walters (L), attorney for Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman (R), speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in Bowman's case against global seed giant, Monsanto. REUTERS/Jason Reed

Mark Walters (L), attorney for Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman (R), speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in Bowman's case against global seed giant, Monsanto. REUTERS/Jason Reed
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Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in his case against global seed giant, Monsanto. REUTERS/Jason Reed

Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in his case against global seed giant, Monsanto. REUTERS/Jason Reed

Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in his case against global seed giant, Monsanto. REUTERS/Jason Reed
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Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in his case against global seed giant, Monsanto. REUTERS/Jason Reed

Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in his case against global seed giant, Monsanto. REUTERS/Jason Reed

Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in his case against global seed giant, Monsanto. REUTERS/Jason Reed
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