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Next Steps for the GMO Labeling Movement

With each attempt, the public becomes more educated about this issue

The final result from Washington State's ballot initiative to label genetically-engineered foods was painfully close. A mere two percentage points (38,000 voters) made the difference between yes and no. Similarly, last year in California, the Yes side lost by a narrow margin.…
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by: Michelle Simon – December 13, 2013

Connecticut Legislature Moves to Label GMO Foods

Law is first of its kind in the United States

This week, Connecticut won the honor of becoming the first state to pass a law requiring genetically engineered foods to be labeled. (The governor has indicated he will sign.) It was really only a matter of time. The disappointing defeat of Prop…
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by: Michelle Simon – June 6, 2013


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