Ways in which farm bill is undermining the future related with GMO labeling

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According to the latest findings by Natural News, the Republicrats, who are associated with the U.S congress, have readily betrayed their constituents once again. They have voted for an amendment for the upcoming farm bill that affects open rights for the states to choose whether they can label GMOs or not. Even though the federal government does not possess the direct right to deal with the labeling decisions of the states but, on the other hand, the failure of the important Senate Amendment 965 can seriously lead to the future of initiatives associated with GMO labeling.
For more information please log onto http://www.naturalnews.com/040888_Farm_Bill_GMO_labeling_Tenth_Amendment.html#ixzz2Wr7GWyMg

According to the latest news by Katherine Paul, the Senate has already voted the S.AMDT.965 which is also popularly known as the Sanders Amendment on 23rd may. It clearly recognizes the fact that now every state has the right to mandate with the ideal labeling of various forms of foods and beverages. Thus, according to Natural News, individual states now have the right to label GMO food if they want to, without paying much notice to the passage of the amendment.
In order to get a clear view on the number of votes, please log onto http://www.c-spanvideo.org/vote/103296

Now, it becomes mandatory to contact the Senators regarding any questions or queries related with factory farms and also GMO labeling procedure. They have the right to vote more on the Farm Bill dated 2013. The vote can also ban the labeling process associated with engineered salmon and also for protecting honeybees. This can also deal with the over usages of antibiotics on the factory farm. Thus, as a result, the U.S farmers can easily grow their required industrial hemp. Their vote on the Sanders Amendment can support the states while dealing with GMO labeling business.

For more information, log onto http://www.foodconsumer.org/newsite/Politics/Politics/farm_bill_vote_0603130813.html


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