GMO labeling campaign promises return in 2014

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The failed California Right to Know campaign says it will be back in 2014 with another ballot initiative for labeling genetically engineered foods. It lost last November when a majority of California voters opposed Proposition 37.

In an email to its supporters and members, the six-member steering committee blamed their loss on being outspent by their opponents by a 6-to-1 margin

View the original article here: GMO Labeling Campaign Promises To Be Back in 2014

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