Reality check: Anti-Proposition 37 ad is partially misleading

The campaign to defeat the measure is now running a statewide television ad called “Arbitrary Exemptions.”

What’s the charge? Henry I. Miller, a fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution who was founding director of the Food and Drug Administration’s Office of Biotechnology, argues that “the way Prop. 37 has been crafted really makes no sense at all.” He says the measure would cover “the meat in dog food” but not “meat for human consumption.” Images point to products such as cow milk and beer that would not have to be labeled.

View the original article here: Reality check: Anti-Proposition 37 ad is partially misleading – San Jose Mercury News

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