Anti-GMO bill puts Connecticut in scientific ‘Hall of Shame’

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Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy celebrated the signing of Connecticut’s bill that could eventually require the labeling of foods containing GMO ingredients. The bill could take effect if 4 neightboring states with a total population of 20 million people also adopt similar regulations.

For this ridiculous and damaging bill, the Progressive Contrarian, Bernie Mooney, added Connecticut to the Scientifically Illiterate Hall of Shame. The policy of the FDA has for years been that labels are only added to food when it is substantially different from conventional foodstuffs and is in some way dangerous.

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