NJ Lawmakers Tackle GMO Labeling Requirement

Law360, New York (May 6, 2013, 4:24 PM EDT) -- Members of the New Jersey Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee on Monday debated legislation that would require labels on all genetically modified foods sold in the state, taking in testimony from biotechnology companies defending the food’s safety and from supporters advocating for consumer choice.

Committee members entertained a lively discussion on Assembly Bill A3192, which would require that every genetically modified food product that is offered for sale in New Jersey contain a label that is conspicuous and easily understandable to consumers indicating that the...
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