I posted briefly on this a day or two ago, and someone wrote back asking for more informational resources. I very cleverly
"misplaced" that email, so I'm creating this post to share some additional information with everyone. Hopefully, whoever wrote the
request is reading, :)
First, here is the official voter information guide: http://voterguide.sos.ca.gov/propositions/37/.
Coincidentally, earlier today Natural News published a relevant piece entitled "What exactly are GMOs and why should they be
Available at: http://www.naturalnews.com/037245_GMOs_labeling_GM_crops.html.
About 10 months ago, Natural News published another article entitled "Biotech's dirty tricks exposed in new documentary: 'Scientists
Available at: http://www.naturalnews.com/033804_Scientists_Under_Attack_GMOs.html.
Please take note of the various links provided in both articles and including the sources listed at the end of each article.
The SeedsOfDeception website at https://seedsofdeception.com/
provides excellent information, and of course the book by the same
title provides much more.
The Fooducate blog site now has an article entitled "37 Reasons to Vote for Prop 37 (Mandatory GMO Food Labels".
Available at: https://blog.fooducate.com/2012/09/10/37-reasons-to-vote-for-prop-37-mandatory-gmo-food-labels/.
"Yes on 37" has a site at https://blog.fooducate.com/2012/09/10/37-reasons-to-vote-for-prop-37-mandatory-gmo-food-labels/.
The Organic Consumers Association has numerous articles on GMOs, a few of which contain enough information (as opposed to polemic)
to be worth reading. One such article is entitled "Scientist Jeopardizes Career by Publishing Paper Criticizing GMOs".
Available at: <http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_19468.cfm
The Rense organization has published various articles. An example is one entitled "The Amazing Revolving Door - Monsanto, FDA &
Available at: <http://rense.com/general33/fd.htm
Note that this one is about 10 years old, but
circumstances have only gotten worse since then (if that is even possible).
Quite a bit of information is available at the Ag BioTech InfoNet site, http://www.biotech-info.net/,
though you may have to look
around a bit.
Finally, a rather excellent article entitled "GE - US analysis - GE is not extension of conventional plant breeding" is available at
You may wish to read this last item first.
Hope this information is helpful!
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