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The Fight To Label GMOs Has Just Begun

The Fight To Label GMOs Has Just Begun

Yesterday was a huge day for America.  Everyone has heard the news about the current president winning the election for four more years, but were you aware that Proposition 37 in California – to label Genetically Engineered Foods (GMOs) – did not pass?  Maybe it's because I live in Texas and didn't see all the negative ads being thrown to Californians by companies who don't want the truth about their food products out there, but I was under the impression that Prop 37 would pass.  I was under the impression that Californians wanted to know what was in their food, but apparently, not enough were, or maybe not enough were educated about the proposition.  But, the "Nos" (53.1%) didn't outweigh the "Yes" votes (46.9%) by many, and to me, this is great news.  The proposition may have not passed, but the movement that this has started is no where over.  Think of all the people all across the country who have been educated about GMOs, just because some Californians demanded the right to know.  Thank you for stepping up and doing what's right for our food, our kids, and our future.  Thank you!  Let's keep going!!!  Read and share the Right To Know election statement and please, just educate yourself on the risk of GMOs in our foods!

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Sarah

Saturday 10th of November 2012

Any laws like prop 37 will probably not get passed until we stand up to companies like Monsanto. It's just like the tobacco companies of the past. The government knows that GMO's are bad, but won't do anything about it. Buy local!

jayedee

Thursday 8th of November 2012

prop 37 being defeated was devastating to me, but as you said, this is only the beginning. more and more folks are becoming aware and take exception to their children being a part of the largest food experiment in history. we WILL win this battle!

Gena

Thursday 8th of November 2012

YES!  It's not over and it won't be over until companies become more responsible about Americans' health!

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