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GMO Debate Heats Up, Again

GMO Debate Heats Up, Again

What’s worse—labeling, or repeated attacks to brand reputation?

Instead of delivering a crushing blow to the GMO labeling movement, last year’s narrow defeat of California’s Prop 37, or “The California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act of 2012,” simply fueled the fire. Within a few short months, there are now more than 20 state initiatives on the books with both Maine and Connecticut having passed a GMO bill, Washington State gearing up for a November vote, and newly introduced legislation at the federal level.

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