Stacy Malkan

California Right to Know campaign

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Spokeswoman for the California Right to Know campaign for the labeling of genetically modified food

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Polls show a lot of support for  Proposition 37  on California's November ballot, at least for the moment.

Proposition 37: Battle over Genetically Modified Foods

Polls show a lot of support for Proposition 37 on California's November ballot, at least for the moment.

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In an era of political polarization, Democrats and Republicans agree on one thing: about 90 percent in both parties tell pollsters they want to know if they're eating genetically…

California Voters and the Food Supply

In an era of political polarization, Democrats and Republicans agree on one thing: about 90 percent in both parties tell pollsters they want to know if they're eating genetically…

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