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New York

Return to the map 2014 A 3525 was first introduced in 2013 and then re-introduced in January 2014. According to its summary, the bill “provides for the labeling of food or food products that contain a genetically modified material or that are produced with a genetically modified material.” You can read the full text and track its …

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Indiana

Return to the map On January 10, 2013, HB. 1196 was introduced to the Indiana House of Representatives to require the mandatory labeling of genetically engineered foods. The bill is sponsored by Representatives Dan Forestal and Robin Shackleford and has been assigned to the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development. According to the bill summary, HB. 1196: “Provides …

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Rhode Island

2014 H 7042 was introduced in January 2014 by Democratic Rep. Dennis Canario, and has five sponsors. According to the text, in addition to requiring labeling of genetically-engineered foods, the bill also defines “natural” as follows: “Which has not been treated with preservatives, antibiotics, synthetic additives, artificial flavoring or artificial coloring; Which has not been processed in a …

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Florida

2014 Florida is organizing the ballot initiative to require labeling of Genetically Engineered ( GE / GMO ) foods in Florida. 2013 HB 1 was introduced was introduced in August 2013, and referred to committee in October 2013. You can read that bill text here and track its status here. SB 558 was introduced in December 2013 by Senator Jeremy Ring. According …

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Washington

2014 HB 2143 was introduced in January 2014 by Representative Cary Condotta, and would require the following labeling on salmon: “Private sector cultured aquatic salmon or salmon products as farm-raised salmon; Commercially caught salmon or salmon products as commercially caught salmon; or Genetically engineered salmon or salmon products as being genetically engineered.” You can read the bill here and track its status here. …

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