Dec 18, 2015

Center for Food Safety | News Room | Public Pressure and Allies in Congress Keep “Rider” Blocking State Labeling of GMOs Out of Spending Bill

WASHINGTON, DC— Center for Food Safety today praised Congress for not including a policy rider in the must-pass federal omnibus spending bill that would have blocked states from implementing mandatory genetically engineered (GE) food labeling laws. Three states, Connecticut, Maine and Vermont, have passed such laws, with Vermont’s slated be to be the first to go into effect in July...

Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/IuCuV

Similar Articles Added Earlier

Similar Articles Added Today

  • Obama’s “measured approach” to race | Power Line

    President Obama is taking a 'measured approach' to issues of race, according to Steven Mufson of the Washington Post. Mufson is right only in this limited sense: Obama is measuring just how much money he can transfer from white Americans to black Americans. Income redistribution is the unifying...

  • As Controversial EPA Water Rule Looms, GOP Prepares An Assault - National Memo

    By Chris Adams, McClatchy Washington Bureau (MCT) WASHINGTON — While the politics of climate change were at the top of the president’s agenda this week, a different environmental proposal is heading to a showdown between Republicans and the White House, in part due to strong pressure from Kentucky...

  • US markets cheer Federal Reserve minutes - BBC News

    US markets rise sharply after minutes from the September meeting of the Federal Reserve indicate that US central bankers are wary of raising rates too soon.

Latest Links Processed

0/120