Maine Debates Removing GMO Labeling Trigger

January 21, 2016

Maine already has a GMO labeling law in place, but the law is only triggered if five contiguous states, including Maine, pass labeling laws.  Supporters of the trigger believe that if Maine is the only one with the requirement, local stores will have the burden of paying for the labels.  Opponents to the trigger believe that the state has the right to act on GMO labeling on its own.

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