Ag Policy Blog
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Thu Oct 30, 2014 02:49 PM CDT

Fights about labels are just all the rage right now.

Whether it's Canada complaining that the U.S. is nothing but a bunch of WTO violators -- can we talk about dairy tariffs, eh? -- or the push at the state level to label those darned GMOs.

Looking at the current situation with ballot measures in Colorado and Oregon, the Wall Street Journal dubbed such biotech labeling measures as "Organic Food Protectionists."

Vermont's legislature and governor adopted biotech labeling requirements earlier this year, but Colorado and Oregon mark another round of fighting for the hearts of minds of voters through ballot ...

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