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Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Should Massachusetts pass a law requiring that genetically engineered food products be labeled as such?

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Posted by Joe Kaminski on 8.9.13 at 3:42

Of course! I've signed petition after petition on GMO labeling.We need to know. Then we need to work for the end of GMO's.

Posted by Madeline Loder on 8.10.13 at 16:38

We have already passed a law in this country that says everything in our food has to be on the label. Why is it that GMOs are not already listed? i have not heard of a law passed that says GMOs are exempt from this law so as the present law stands then all GMOs should be on the labels and i do beelieve there are fined outlined in the law that are to be imposed if the law is not followed. Massachusetts should ahow how forward a state we are and forget about passing an unnecessary law and start fining those who have not followed the existing law.this is the proper way this should be handles and it will bring much needed income into the state. And those that are fined would not be allowed to sell their products in our state without properly labelling it first.

Posted by Beaver Leigh on 8.13.13 at 9:24
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