Connecticut, Maine pass GMO labeling laws

Connecticut, Maine pass GMO labeling laws

Both Connecticut and Maine have passed GMO labeling bills. What state will be next? And how do state labeling initiatives impact federal laws?

In the past several weeks, the east coast has churned out some exciting GMO labeling news. Early June, Connecticut became the first state to approve labeling, albeit with a massive caveat. “Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has said he would sign the bill into law, after reaching an agreement with the legislature to include a provision that the law would not take effect unless four other states, at least one of which shares a border with Connecticut, passed similar regulations,” reports th

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