Prop. 37 is about language, not concept, says GM supporter

People who are either clueless or shills for anti-science hysteria insist ‘something is better than nothing’ when it comes to laws about food, and that we can just ‘fix’ it despite its flaws but we should go ahead and pass it if we care about what we eat.

It’s smart to reject such simplistic black or white thinking.  Especially in California. This state has too many problems to count and ‘fix them’ should be an easy concept, except the legislature and 64% of the population remain so one-sided in their thinking nothing ever gets fixed because it is an echo chamber. Believing yet another bad law will magically get fixed when plenty of other bad laws have survived is in defiance of reality.

View the original article here: Prop. 37 Is About Language, Not Concept – Science 2.0 (blog)

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