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Slow poisoning

If a group of people thinks that slow poisoning with unlabeled GMOs is violence against themselves, their family and their community, they have every right to create a law to prevent the attack -- or at least create a law to allow people to be able to avoid GMOs. For example, I don't mind a state law that requires labeling of food products that have certain levels of mercury, arsenic, cyanide, prescription drugs added. Good luck selling a version of "liberty" that promotes unlabeled products with any possible ingredient and at the same time discouraging cities and towns from making that illegal.