Divided New Hampshire House panel recommends rejecting GMO labeling bill

On a 12-8 vote, the New Hampshire House Environment and Agriculture Committee recommended the full House kill a bill that would require food products containing genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, to be labeled as such.

Critics said the bill could be expensive to enforce, might be struck down by the courts as unconstitutional and addresses an issue that’s more properly handled by the federal government.

Read the full, original story here: “Divided N.H. House panel recommends rejecting GMO labeling bill” 

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