Browsing the "California Prop 37" Tag

GMO Labeling and California Prop 37′s Defeat: What Now?

November 7th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

One important vote that national Election coverage wasn't following so closely last night was California's Proposition 37: The GMO Right to Know Act. Prop 37 might seem like it was only relevant in California, but had it passed, it would have set a precedent for GMO labeling - and transparency - here in the


Food and Politics: Democracy Now Hosts Prop 37 Debate, Interviews Michael Pollan on GMO Labeling

October 26th, 2012 | by Tanya Sitton

For the first time in US history, California voters this November will have the opportunity to vote for mandatory labeling of foods containing GMOs. Democracy Now hosted a Prop 37 debate this week, and interviewed food writer Michael Pollan on the health, environmental, and social issues surrounding GMO labeling and biotechnology-driven agriculture. As election day nears, industry's slick and deceptive campaign against the labeling initiative continually saturates the CA airwaves. Democracy Now's coverage offers a grass-roots education and rebuttal opportunity: read, watch, consider, and share!


Prop 37 CA Right to Know Fundraiser…in New York?

September 25th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

Organic food blogger Max Goldberg is teaming up with Food Babe to raise money to support Prop 37, a ballot initiative in California that would require GMO labeling. Why are folks on the other side of the country getting involved to support GMO labeling in a whole different state? The answer is pretty simple



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