USDA Rule for GMO Labeling a Success – if the Goal Was to Be Confusing and Meaningless

The final rule for GMO food labeling by the USDA is yet another stunning example of a bad law leading to bad regulations
that are at best vague and confusing.

(From Reason.com)
Confusion and litigation are hallmarks of the last decade or so of debate over mandatory GMO labeling.

Sharon Jones, an attorney with the Institute for Agriculture & Trade Policy, argued that the final “rule is intended to hide, not disclose, information about genetically modified foods.”

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