Vermont: Legislators moving quickly on GMO labeling bill

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Before the Vermont House closes the legislative session sometime next month, lawmakers could still vote on a bill that could change the labeling on food sold in Vermont.

Time is short, but a key House committee turned quickly last week to genetically modified organisms, or GMOs as it considered a bill that would require labeling of such products. If passed, though, the measure could present a legal challenge.

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