Originally published: EcoWatch
Originally published: Colorado Public Radio
Crops genetically-engineered to withstand certain pesticides have a short shelf-life in Boulder County, Colorado.
In a major blow to the beverage industry, all four cities that voted on soda taxes yesterday passed them in landslide victories.
San Francisco, Oakland, and Albany, California, voted in ballot measures that would levy a penny-per-ounce tax on distributors of sugary drinks. The people of Boulder, Colorado, also said yes to a 2-cent-per-ounce excise tax on distributors.
By: Peter Marcus
DENVER – Colorado activists are mounting a campaign to oppose federal legislation that would prohibit states from requiring labeling of genetically modified foods, despite Colorado voters already rejecting mandatory labeling.
By: Stephanie Spear
Nobody is calling it “Little GMO” after California’s “Big GMO” yet, but Initiative 522 in Washington State looks like it is on the same track as the Golden State’s ill-fated Proposition 37. Except it has a shot at winning.