Prop 105 generates debate at state, local level

16th October, 2014 by


EAGLE COUNTY — A lawsuit against Vermont’s first-in-the-nation law requiring genetically modified food to be labeled hasn’t daunted supporters of Colorado Proposition 105, but as Election Day draws closer and ballots arrive in the mail, it remains controversial on both a state and local level. At a debate earlier in the week in Glenwood Springs, Right to Know Colorado’s Gary Gilman and No on Proposition 105’s Chad Vorthmann went back and forth on some of the issue’s key points. Gilman called the proposition “a reasonable first step” in letting consumers know what’s in their food. He noted that genetically modified …

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