Hawaii senate committees kill GMO labeling bill

The following is an edited excerpt.

Three committees of the Hawaii Senate Thursday heard the House proposal to require labels on genetically modified food produced outside the state, and then they voted to table the bill for the current legislative session, effectively killing the bill.

Once again.

Just two days earlier, House Bill (HB) 174 was considered dead after the Senate Agriculture Committee opted not to hear the proposal even though it passed the Hawaiian House by a 50 to 1 margin.

Read the full post here: Hawaii Senate Committees Hear Then Kill GMO Labeling Bill

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