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Insight Examines Prop 37

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(Sacramento, CA)
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Perhaps one of the most contentious initiatives on California's November ballot is a proposal to require food producers to label genetically engineered food
Proponents of Proposition 37 say genetically engineered food is harmful to your health and consumers deserve the right to know exactly what they're eating. 
Opponents say genetically engineered food is harmless and a new labeling requirement will make food producers favor more expensive ingredients to avoid labels, which will drive up the cost of food. 
We're speaking with Senior Scientist at Pesticide Action Network North America Marcia Ishii-Eitman, who supports Prop 37, and Director of Seed Biotechnology at UC Davis Kent Bradford, who opposes the proposition.
(This Insight segment aired on October 30)
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