State GMO Labeling Bills Flourish, National Prospects Languish
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
At least 15 states have legislation pending to label genetically engineered food that if passed would create a patchwork of laws that would complicate compliance for supplement and food producers. Many of the bills incorporate lessons learned from the failure of California’s Prop 37.
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