GMO Labeling Ballot Initiative Fails in Washington State

Following California’s lead, Washington voters rejected a ballot initiative to require the labeling of foods that contain genetically modified ingredients. Washington, one of 26 states to introduce a labeling bill this year, would have been the first state to enact a GMO labeling law, but its failure has opened the door for Vermont. The Vermont House passed its labeling bill, H112, last May and awaits a vote by the state Senate. More information about GMOs can be found here.

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