by Jacqueline Wattles | Jun 3, 2013 6:32pm
By Governor Dannel P. Malloy's office
By Mark Pazniokas,
With a deal that revives a bill requiring the labeling of genetically engineered foods, Connecticut’s legislative leaders Saturday acknowledged a movement that has muscled its way from the scientific fringe to political mainstream.
Senate and House leaders announced a bipartisan compromise that is expected to make Connecticut the first state to require labeling of foods with genetically modified organisms, or GMOs.
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By Daniela Altimari,