Petition statement to be delivered to The Maryland State House, The Maryland State Senate, and Governor Martin O'Malley

Demand Genetically Engineered Foods get Labeled in MARYLAND

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Demand Genetically Engineered Foods get Labeled in MARYLAND

To be delivered to The Maryland State House, The Maryland State Senate, and Governor Martin O'Malley

Petition Statement

Corporate giants have manipulated the food system to rake in massive profits while keeping consumers in the dark. Maryland residents " Need To Know " what's in our food. Let's turn on the light and demand transparency with GMO labeling.
There are currently 1,760 signatures. NEW goal - We need 2,000 signatures!

Petition Background

The purpose of mandatory GMO Labeling is to promote food safety and protect public health. This risk management tool will enable Maryland residents, physicians and scientists to identify unintended health consequences from the consumption of genetically engineered ingredients and enable consumers to avoid potential risks associated with eating genetically modified foods.
We, the signers of this Petition are encouraging our representatives in the Maryland General Assembly to pass HOUSE Bill HB1191 and SENATE Bill SB0778 as written, to require GMO Labeling, without compromise.
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3) VISIT www.NeedToKnowMARYLAND.org to learn how to get your voice heard in Annapolis and join the growing GRASSROOTS Movement to Label GMOs in MARYLAND.

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