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I agree, but you must also

realize that GMO have been given special privileges. They should at the very least let the public know what the nutritional value of GMO's are. They just keep saying it is the same as organically grown, which is a big lie.

When I seen how hard Monsatan and others fought to keep GMO labeling out of California. It made me think it's the best for America, and would help end the fascist Monsatan's death grip on farmers.

BTW, I used to run 300 beehives in southwestern Minnesota, today about 6. All dead from GMO poisoning, and I just heard the only beekeeper left within 50 mile radius is having the same trouble. He used to run over 1,000! So stay on those high liberty standards while the rest of us fade away.

The only way a beekeeper can stay in business is to replace frames of wax every 3 to 5 years. These frames used to last up to 20 years. We must replace because of the pesticide buildup that come from pollen. These frames cost approximately $2.50 each, but takes 12 LBS of honey to replace the wax. The honey is worth over $2.00 per LB in the barrel. So now the frames cost $26.00 each and there is at least 18 in each beehive.

So is this fair, for me to pay this high GMO tax for me to stay in business?

Gold standard: because man can not be trusted to control his greed