Your Reporter Greg Canuel
Maine and Vermont have something similar and in Washington State, it was turned down. Most it will do is inform consumers. That's not really a Science.
Economically speaking, it will give stores an opportunity to raise prices on non- tainted food products, acting on emotion over intellect. Oh there's the Science, Psychology !
I have to say, I'm not opposed to labeling and I'm indifferent about GMO cattle but it will make near impossible finding heirloom food crops as seeds spread easily by birds, and the wind. Farmers will have problems with their GMO crops sprouting up on their neighbors farm.
It's just a labeling law. Restaurants are supposed to display signage if the use margarine ' Oleo served here'. When's the last time you saw that law observed?
Total CYA by the cops. I guess if this kid ever makes an illegal u-turn someday, the cops can say "We charged him disorderly conduct"
Yeah well, popular does not equate to bigger either.
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