GM labeling fight goes to Washington State

The next stop for the GMO labeling movement is Washington State, where I-522 (also known as “The People’s Right To Know Genetically Engineered Food Act”) is heading to the November 2013 ballot if it garners enough signatures. “It’s a new law in Washington that wants to do the same thing [as Prop 37] but with simpler language,” explains Stephens. There’s no question, however, that the big pesticide companies will fight just as hard to make sure it doesn’t pass.

View the original article here: California Failed To Pass Its Genetically Modified Food Labeling Law. Now What?

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