One of the questions on this year’s ballot concerns whether or not food should be labeled to state whether it contains genetically modified organisms (GMOs). For the pros and cons of Proposition 105, see this year’s Ballot Information Booklet (Blue Book). Two fact sheets from Colorado State University offer background on the issue. See Labeling of Genetically Engineered Foods from the CSU Extension, and A Risk Perception Analysis of Genetically Modified Foods Based on Stated Preferences from CSU’s Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
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