Petition statement to be delivered to The Massachusetts State House, The Massachusetts State Senate, and Governor Deval Patrick

Help get our GMO foods labeled in Mass.

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Help get our GMO foods labeled in Mass.

To be delivered to The Massachusetts State House, The Massachusetts State Senate, and Governor Deval Patrick

Petition Statement

Some States are starting to regulate the labeling of GE or GMO foods and Massachussetts needs to join in. Many Countries have banned the growing and selling of these caustic foods however the United States is one of the largest growers and suppliers of these genetically altered crops. Top name brands sell these foods without labeling them to let us know which is which. These foods contain cancer causing GMOs or Genetically Modified Organisms. Have you heard of the outdoor pesticide roundup? It is a part of their GE injections altering the cells of our seeds and foods which genetically alter our cells. Our grocery stores are FULL of them and unknowingly we feed them to our families. Help me to contact Mass. government officials and fight for our rights to choose what we eat.
There are currently 236 signatures. NEW goal - We need 300 signatures!

Petition Background

Help me by joining and sign this petition to the Massachussetts government officials and fight for the labeling of our GE or GMO foods. We have the right to choose what we eat and feed our families.

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