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GMO Bills Differ On Labeling, But Agree On Pre-empting State Laws

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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H.R. 1599 would create a structure for codifying GMOs in foods and supplements and make labeling voluntary, but opponents say it keeps consumers in the dark while pre-empting state laws. S. 809 and H.R. 1699, meanwhile, would require labeling for genetically engineered products.

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