Oh no, 'GMO' 

A proposed ballot initiative would require labeling of foods, but not everyone's on board

In November, Colorado voters could be asked to decide whether genetically engineered foods, commonly called GMOs, should be subject to mandatory labeling. Petitions are being gathered to put Initiative 48, the "Colorado Right to Know Act," on the ballot. Under it, foods…

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