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Evan Mascagni '11 Publishes Article in PolicyMic on Prop 37 Battle

Friday, December 14, 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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Evan Mascagni '11, a Research Assistant at the California Anti-SLAPP Project (CASP), published an article in the website PolicyMic on the California NAACP opposing the labeling of foods that have been genetically engineered.

Mascagni writes, "A battle is raging over a ballot measure in California that would require the labeling of foods that have been genetically engineered (GE). It's no surprise that opposition to Prop 37 comes in large part from the makers of GE seeds — biochemical companies like Monsanto and Dupont — who are major funders of the "No on 37" campaign that is outspending supporters of the measure 10 to 1. What does come as a surprise, is the opposition to Prop 37 by the California NAACP and other organizations representing people of color."

Read the full article in PolicyMic, "Prop 37 Battle: NAACP Betrays Its Mission By Opposing This Genetically Engineered Food Bill"

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