14 States have GMO label bills: Call your State Reps

By Organic Consumers Assn.

Support Genetically Engineered Food “Right to Know” Legislation in Your State

Legislation that would require labels on genetically engineered salmon, milk, or other GE foods has been introduced this year in fourteen states across the country. Please take action if you live in one of the following states.

If your state hasn’t introduced a bill yet, take action here!

14 responses to “14 States have GMO label bills: Call your State Reps

  1. This is nice and all but it doesn’t cover feed. I produce raw milk (just for us) but would love to see labeling for animal feeds as well.

    If you are a producer, particularly a small one, how do you provide info that your feeds are non-GMO?

    This is no easy thing to do in Tennessee.

    • that’s a good point, Kristin. In fact, I read that Mexico’s regular corn crops became contaminated with GMO seed from feed. Apparently they planted some of the feed.

      There are orgs that certify products GM-free, but I don’t know the cost for that. One of them is the Non GMO Project
      http://www.nongmoproject.org/

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  8. Constantly mutating cancerous GMO pollen will metastasize and invade fields with natural blossoms. The stupid irony is that Monsanto can sue a non GMO grower if the former’s ‘invention’ is mixed in the latter’s seed cache. Makes sense? Not.
    awl

  9. The link to the CT bill is incorrect as it points to 05968. The correct link is:

    http://www.cga.ct.gov/2011/TOB/H/2011HB-05868-R00-HB.htm

  10. To clarify Rady, the non-GMO project allows .9% GMO contamination. I haven’t come across an official list of 100% GMO-free products.

  11. So do you have any information on which of these bills passed and which failed? Which states have GMO labeling bills coming up in 2013?

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