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Industry-Funded "Experts" Promote GM Foods on Dr. Oz

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Isn't it interesting that the last three US presidents, and presidential hopeful Mitt Romney, all insist upon 100% organic food for their families while foisting unlabeled GM frankenfoods on the rest of us. California's Proposition 37 says that we should know what's in our food. Let people choose. But the heavily funded push-back is enormous and intensifying. The industry-backed 'No on 37' crowd has been caught offering some truly stunning untruths about GM labeling, including its own fraudulent FDA labeling. And if you watched the 'experts' on Dr. Oz declaiming the safety of GM foods, check out their pedigrees.

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