Vermont passes GMO labelling
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Vermont’s GMO labelling bill has passed both the House and Senate. On 23 April, members of the Vermont House of Representatives voted 114 to 30 to concur with the Senate version of the bill and to pass H.112. This nation-leading “no strings attached” GMO labeling policy now heads to Governor Peter Shumlin’s Desk for his signature. Governor Shumlin is expected to sign it.
H.112 will require labels on GMO foods starting in 2016, and would go in to effect without actions in other states. More information is available from Vermont Right to Know GMOs
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