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Blumenthal says he will fight federal GMO labeling restrictions

Sen. Richard Blumenthal speaking in support of funding to research and overcome the Zika virus.

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said Thursday he will continue to fight federal preemption of state GMO-labeling laws and plans to introduce legislation to repeal it in the next session. Such legislation would face an uphill fight in Congress. Continue Reading →

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Herbicide finding intensifies battle over GMO labeling

Hybrid corn  growing in Ohio.

More than two years after passing the nation’s first law requiring labels on most foods containing genetically engineered components, there are still no labels for Genetically Modified Organisms – GMOs – in Connecticut or anywhere else in the U.S. But GMO labeling advocates now have some new ammunition for a counter-offensive. Continue Reading →

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Congress seeks to override Connecticut’s GMO-labeling law


WASHINGTON – In the spring of 2013, Tara Cook-Littman was on the front lines of the struggle to pass a Connecticut law requiring the labeling of food containing genetically modified organisms. But Congress is moving to take back the ground food labeling advocates like Cook-Littman have won. Continue Reading →

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