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How Prop 37 will impact Midwest farmers

| | October 8, 2012
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The old battle between seed companies and opponents of genetically engineered agriculture is being waged anew in California, where voters will decide in November on a proposition that would require the labeling of some — but not all — foods made with biotech grains.

Fearing that California would again set off a trend, big seed companies (including Johnston-based DuPont Pioneer), grocery chains, soft drink companies and other food processors have put up a war chest estimated as big as $35 million to defeat California’s Proposition 37.

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