GMO labeling forces look for a win after two defeats

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With the defeat of California’s Proposition 37 last November and the recent signing of House Resolution 933, opponents of genetically modified foods are in bad need of a win. And with the state legislative season starting to wind down — 9 of the 50 states have already adjourned for the year—those who want food with GMOs labeled or banned are running out of venues for scoring such a win.

If one or more state legislatures don’t come through soon, the side that wants GMOs in food labeled will back to where they were one year ago — trying to persuade a majority of a state’s voters to agree with them. That next initiative battle is being brought is in Washington State in the form of an ballot measure brought through the Legislature, called I-522.

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