GMO labeling to appear on Washington State’s ballot

The following is an excerpt.

Anti-biotechnology activists submitted 350,000 signatures from registered Washington voters to put a proposed genetic modification labeling law on the state’s November 2013 election ballot. The 350,000 signatures must be verified, but are 100,000 more than necessary to put the measure on the ballot.

The GM measure, known as I-522, states consumers have a right to know if the food they purchase was produced through genetic engineering. 

Read the full article here: GMO Labeling to Appear on Washington Ballot

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