CONNECTICUTT & MAINE: Mandatory GMO labeling passes both houses (JUNE 1013)

sachs-thumb-300x199Connecticut’s mandatory labeling bill easily passed both the House and the Senate. Governor Dannel Malloy (D) has said he will also sign off on the bill.

However, while the state looks like it will be the first in the country to require labeling of GMOs, it does have stipulations that will take time to allow its passage. To actually go into effect, labeling initiatives must become law in four other states, including one bordering state. On top of that, the clause indicates that these states must include Northeast states with total populations of more than 20 million.  READ MORE…

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