Petition: Stop the ‘DARK Act’ that Would Make GMO Labeling Illegal!


Don’t let GMO labeling be illegalized
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Anthony Gucciardi
by Anthony Gucciardi
Posted on July 24, 2015

Statewide GMO labeling may soon become illegal in the United States if the Senate passes the ‘DARK Act,’ which is formally known as the ‘Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act.’ We need your help to make it so this bill doesn’t become law.

The House of Representatives has already voted to pass the DARK Act, and there is little time left to sound the alarm before the Senate votes on the legislation.

We’re talking about a bill that was drafted up by the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA), and pushed on us by all the usual suspects. All the ones who are afraid of you actually knowing what’s in your food. Because even if you don’t care about the genetic alteration of your food, you most certainly should be concerned as to whether or not it has been doused in Monsanto’s cancer-linked herbicides.

As Reuters reports:

“The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed a hotly debated measure that blocks any mandatory labeling of foods made with genetically engineered crops, including pre-empting a state law set to take effect next year in Vermont… Opponents countered that 64 other countries require labeling of GMO foods, the science on safety is mixed, and consumers have a right to know if their food is made with GMOs.”

We need your help in protecting our food rights. Please sign the petition below to let your voice be heard and share this with your friends and family. Obama promised in 2007 to label GMOs, and now GMO labeling may be buried deeper than ever.

We believe that we DO have a right to know what’s in our food. Let’s stop the DARK Act now before it becomes a law, and tell the Senate ‘NO’ on the DARK Act!

Stop The ‘DARK Act’ That Would Make GMO Labeling Illegal

CLICK HERE TO SIGN PETITION

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