... if GM seeds are no big deal then why all the fuss against labeling? Why not let consumers make their own choice? Why spend nearly $6 million on lobbying for the "Monsanto Protection Act," which was written anonymously, passed in secret, and allows Monsanto to keep selling genetically engineered seeds even if a federal court says they may pose a health risk?..
I've had this discussion on here before. The answer was, essentially, "Adding a small label that says 'GMO' would be far too burdensome on companies and drive them out of business."
So now we know.
A liberal judge decides they may pose a risk?
Sounds like a good reason to destroy billions of dollars in value.
I am extremely Conservative. Monsanto is using government power to abuse the Capitalist system.
I hope that GMO labeling moves forward. Let the marketplace decide, not D.C.
Thats exactly right, this should not be political thing, I join my smelly brothers and sisters on the left in opposition to all GMO, s