By: Willy Blackmore
By: Ronnie Cummins
Health and food safety are hot button issues for millions of Americans—and rightly so.
Polls indicate alarm over the contamination of everyday foods by pesticides, antibiotics, hormones, synthetic additives and, especially, genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
By: Tracy Loew
Three Oregon legislators are among 95 lawmakers across the nation urging Congress to reject a proposed law that would prevent states from requiring labels on food made with GMOs.
By: Steve McDonnell
By: Ronnie Cummins and Alexis Baden-Mayer
“Something is going to happen. If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu.”
By: Lydia Wheeler
A House-backed bill to keep states from issuing mandatory labeling laws for foods that contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is headed for the Senate, but opponents say they aren’t too concerned.
BOSTON (AP) - State lawmakers are planning to hear from the public this week on a bill that would require that all foods sold in Massachusetts containing genetically engineered ingredients be clearly labeled.
By: Anita Hofschnider
Doug Chin signed an amicus brief, along with attorneys general from seven other states, contending Vermont’s law is constitutional.
By: Casey Gillam
Combatants in a national food fight over labeling genetically modified products are gearing up for a showdown in the U.S. Senate, campaign leaders said on Tuesday.