Senate Votes Against States' Rights to Label GMOs

Here's How Your Senators Voted. Let Them Know What You Think.

On May 23, the Senate voted down (27-71) the Sanders amendment #965 to S.954, the Farm bill. The amendment, submitted by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), was an effort to support the existing right of states to enact their own laws requiring the labeling of genetically engineered food. You can see the complete vote tally here.

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