Mother Jones makes case against Prop 37

| October 25, 2012
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California’s Proposition 37, a ballot initiative that would require the labeling of genetically modified foods, is coming down to the wire as the Nov. 6 election approaches. (I’ve written about Prop. 37 here, here, and here.) As recently as Sept. 27, Pepperdine University’s bi-monthly poll found 3-to-1 support among the state’s voters for the proposition. Two weeks later, the lead had shrunk to 48 percent for to 40 percent against. Like the presidential race, the fight over Prop. 37 has tightened dramatically.

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