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Should GMO labeling in Maine remain contingent on neighboring states’ laws?

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Maine got it right ...

eBook Lowdown on GMOs: What it’s like not to know anything about GMOs

Mike Bendzela | 
This article is adapted from the chapter “On What It’s Like Not To Know Squat about GMOs” from the ebook ...
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Maine’s fractious relationship with Monsanto

Mary Pols | 
Maine's history with Monsanto has evolved over time from warning bells in the organic community and a welcome embrace from ...

Maine governor says he will sign GMO labeling bill

Steve Mistler | 
Maine Governor Paul LePage has confirmed that he will sign a bill to require food producers to label products that ...

Maine’s GMO labeling efforts in question after New Hampshire rejects labeling bill

Steve Mistler | 
Legislation in Maine that would require food producers to label products that contain genetically modified ingredients has been dealt a ...

Maine: Backers of GE labeling unthinkingly buy conspiracy-based arguments

Mike Bendzela | 
The following is an edited excerpt. That the Maine Legislature has determined that the bottle of canola oil I buy ...
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