Food radicals will fail in court

Jayson Lusk is correct that radical activists will likely continue their efforts to lobby state governments to require labeling of certain “genetically engineered” foods (“The Food Police Are Routed at the Ballot Box,” op-ed, Nov. 20). However, whatever such requirements state legislatures or electorates attempt to impose, those efforts are destined to fail in the courts.

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