The Christian Science Monitor discusses a GMO labeling bill passed by the Senate with Greg Conko.
Others fear it will raise new, and perhaps unmerited, concerns. The longstanding debate over GM crops taps into emotional values about families' safety, and worries about technology. "Because many people aren't sufficiently informed, they see that label and it sounds bad," Greg Conko, a senior analyst at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, tells The Christian Science Monitor. "And that creates a false view of the product in their minds."
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