...there are only few limited roles for the government - protection of your liberty, life and property. In other words - protection from assault, theft and fraud. Not labeling what's in a product (especially an essential one, like food) , or claiming that a product does not have something when it does is, in my mind, equivalent to fraud. I would be absolutely against a ban on GMOs - those who wish to plant them and buy them for consumption should be able to do so without any problems (although, if your crop gets infected by their crap you should be able to sue for the damages). But I am also in favor of buyers of the product knowing what's inside of it. No biased labels, nothing saying "GMO consumption is not proven safe" or anything like that - I m against that type of labeling. Just a simple ingredient list and origin, that's all. And then let the free market decide what the consumers want.
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