Despite losing the popular vote by six percentage points, the Proposition 37 campaign, which fought to require California labeling of genetically engineered food, hailed its defeat as a victory Wednesday. “We came up a little short and that’s obviously disappointing,” said Dave Murphy, co-chair of the Yes campaign and founder of Food Democracy Now, a group of farmers and citizens dedicated to changing food policy nationally. “But Prop. 37 put GMO labeling on the map.
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