A Washington state bill would require labeling if food contains genetically modified ingredients. "Because they are safe, there is no real reason -- no health or safety benefit -- for labeling," said Brad Harwood, a spokesman for a coalition that opposes the measure. Proponents argue they want to know what is in their food and have a right to know, says Elizabeth Larter, a spokeswoman for Yes on I-522.
Wash. considers requiring GMO labeling
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