Say I-522 won't make food more safe


I believe the only thing certain to happen if I-522 passes is that you will pay more for your food. It won't mean safer food, since there is no danger now from genetic engineering. Opponents can't point to a single instance of unsafe or unhealthy food resulting from this process, that's why they resort to name calling. Genetically engineered foods are endorsed by many scientific groups, including the Environmental Protection Agency, World Health Organization, U.S.D.A. and the National Academy of Sciences. Millions of acres of genetically engineered crops are already grown in the United States, and roughly 70 percent of processed foods contain genetically engineered ingredients. Please join me in voting no on I-522.

Brian Cieslar


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