Originally published: EcoWatch
AUGUSTA – The Maine House of Representatives has given initial approval to a proposal that would allow residents to vote on whether packages of foods produced from genetically modified organisms should be labeled.
By: Associated Press
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - Maine leaders will debate the possibility of changing the state’s law regarding food grown with the use of genetically modified organisms.
By: Patrick Whittle | The Associated Press
AUGUSTA — Supporters of a Maine law that would require labels on foods grown with the use of genetically modified organisms are getting ready for a new fight in the State House.
By: Mario Moretto
AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine’s two congressional representatives don’t always see eye to eye but they joined forces this week against a proposed law that would ban states from requiring food manufacturers to label products that contain genetically modified organisms.
By: Mary Pols | Portland Press Herald
Despite resistance from industry, advocates want to bypass a ‘trigger clause’ approved in 2014.