Monday, October 7, 2013

GMO Labeling: Your 'Right to Know' Is Not a Courtesy, It's Because GMOs Are Demonstrably Dangerous

    As Jon Rapport points out at No More Fake News, the "niceness" factor is what doomed Prop 37 here in California and could endanger Prop 522 in Washington state.
     “We believe that we have a right to know what’s in our food,” said Elizabeth Larter, the Seattle-based communications director for the Yes on 522 campaign. “This campaign is not about whether GMOs (genetically modified organisms) are good or bad; this is really just providing more information for consumers.”
     Really. This is just about “providing more information.”
     Good and bad are irrelevant.
     If so, then why should consumers care whether the food they buy and eat is labeled? 
Keep reading...and watch the powerful brief video. 


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