New Hampshire: Why I voted to kill the GMO labeling bill

New Hampshire State Representative Tracy Emerick explains why he voted to kill his state’s GMO labeling bill:

What seemed the most logical argument is that the market is taking care of the labeling problem in a positive way. Consumers are looking for labeling that says, “No GMO” or “Certified Organic” or other packaging notifications that indicate no use of any GMO sourced ingredients. The converse of this argument was that by putting GMO on the ingredients label it would indicate that GMO is bad for us when there has been no evidence to support this position.

Read the full, original article: Vote to kill Genetically Modified Organisms food labeling bill explained

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