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Why You Should Vote NO on Prop 37

Food Chain Workers Alliance

Passing Proposition 37 could change the future of food in this country. The initiative is rooted in a simple premise: Consumers have the right to know if their food is produced using genetic engineering, which manipulates DNA or transfers it from one organism to another. Any plant or animal food product with genes that have been engineered would be so labeled.

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  • Rachel Jimenez

    Actually this links to an article about why you should vote YES on Prop 37. And if you'd rather make decisions for yourself about what you and your family are eating, instead of just trusting the makers of DDT (who promised it was perfectly safe) or GMO crops that are not only failing to live up to the claims made for them but still get doused in pesticides (which then lands in your food) to make those decisions for you, then you should seriously consider voting YES on prop 37. If you don't live in California and don't have a vote, you can still support it by spreading the word and making financial contributions to counter the propaganda and lies big corporations like Monsanto and General Mills, among others are funding to distort the truth.