Kathy Fairbanks

No on 37

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Spokeswoman for the No on 37 campaign

Kathy Fairbanks on KCRW

Proposition 37  would require food producers, grocers and other retailers to label genetically engineered food sold in California.

Prop 37: Did 44 Million Dollars Make the Difference?

Proposition 37 would require food producers, grocers and other retailers to label genetically engineered food sold in California.

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