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commented 2013-09-18 01:27:34 -0700 · Flag
uhm, i still need more time to fulfill the boxes

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commented 2013-06-19 11:51:17 -0700 · Flag
It really bothers me as a mother that I do not have the slightest idea of what is put in the food I buy. I read labels but not everything is listed and thats wrong why bother putting ingredients if they don’t list them all.
commented 2012-11-14 13:13:30 -0800 · Flag
Rebecca KT. Your act of identifying & boycotting those companies, organizations & non-profits which support or supported No against Proposition 37 should be publicized with these names widely circulated. Considering these No-to-labelling companies & organizations tend to be as well those who are deeply involved in pesticides, synthetic=pharmaceuticals, destruction of rain-forest & other disastrous public health measures, it is time to vote with our dollars everyday, everywhere. This step of organizing economically as well brings the responsibility to invest-in & construct or ‘Pro-cott’ the future ecological world which we wish to live in. From previous Boycotts we know it only takes a small less than 10% effect on the market to bring about corporate & political changes, but thanks to California Prop 37 activists such as Dr. Mercola, 50% of North America’s population is ready to support the Boycott, which you are advocating & Pro-cott to “Become the Change we want to see in the world” Mohandas Gandhi. https://sites.google.com/site/indigenecommunity/relational-economy
commented 2012-11-14 12:38:26 -0800 · Flag
We ALL deserve to know what is in our food to make informed decisions on our life and health. It’s a very basic right that has me so up in arms that I have banned all companies that are not in support of this. Yes, I am no longer buying their products and telling everyone I know about this issue.
commented 2012-11-05 15:51:31 -0800 · Flag
as consumers we deserve the right to know what is in our food .As an organic farmer we take great pride in preserving heirloom seed and using sustainable growing practices ,the goal is to leave the soil in better condition than when we started . GMO ’s should not be in our food or animal food and if they are MUST be labeled as such .GMO crops destroy biodiversity and leave the soil in poor condition , super weeds are created from the cycle of chemical dependency for the crops , this is not a long term solution to feed the world .
commented 2012-11-05 13:50:26 -0800 · Flag
We wish to know if our food comes from nature or from a laboratory, and we prefer that which comes from nature by far.
commented 2012-11-04 22:04:36 -0800 · Flag
Consumers need to know what’s in their food.
commented 2012-11-03 10:25:45 -0700 · Flag
Label Monsanto, Dow, Bayer, Syngenta, BASF and Pioneer toxic food production! You should know what is poisoning you!
commented 2012-11-01 15:46:12 -0700 · Flag
Raise your voice. Stand your ground. We are with you in this right to know battle. As a natural and organic health enthusiast and sales rep for all natural Ezcardio supplement, I fully endorse this right and cause for the future of our health and most importantly our children who have the right to know what is going in their bodies as long as they are here on earth.
commented 2012-11-01 11:21:51 -0700 · Flag
As Organic Farmers we see this as the most important agricultural decision of the century. You fight for us all, keep up the good fight California. We stand with you.
commented 2012-11-01 04:53:35 -0700 · Flag
Everyone NEEDS to ENDORSE this!
commented 2012-10-31 18:13:37 -0700 · Flag
The Union paysanne wants to endorse your mouvement. We represent over 2000 farmers in Québec, Canada
commented 2012-10-31 04:25:47 -0700 · Flag
As a small market grower in Maine, we are very hopeful that Prop 37 will go through. If food will be labeled in CA, it will then have to be labeled in the whole country. California is fighting this good fight for the whole country and we thank you.
commented 2012-10-30 17:11:20 -0700 · Flag
This falls under freedom of speech; the more we speak out the more positive change can take effect and this contributes to diseases and obeasity which is a growing epidemic that’s not getting better. Our society should not be run by who has the most money and what is more convenient; we do for a fact pay later!
commented 2012-10-29 16:35:11 -0700 · Flag
This should be law period….as consumers we should denitely know if our foods are gmo…its a no brainer!!!
commented 2012-10-29 08:37:07 -0700 · Flag
CALLING ALL TRUTH WARRIORS – help Californians’ call to label GMO Foods!

We need your help. No matter who you are, how old you are, or where you live. And you don’t have to spend a dime: Recent polls show the issue is now neck and neck, due to $1 million/day TV negative advertising by Monsanto and friends.

Please email a n y o n e you know in California and ask them to vote YES on Prop 37! Your motivation to help us is that if we can get this passed here, it’s reasonable to believe that there will be a positive ripple effect for labeling in your state, the way it is already in several countries.

We must not lose to Monsanto. Please send your email today, and ask your California contact to email any one they know. We need absolutely every single vote. The issue is too important and too far reaching. Please help us to win labeling: YES on Prop 37!

Thank you!

Small chemical-free, GMO-free grassfed bison farmers,
Kathy and Ken Lindner
Lindner Bison
commented 2012-10-28 13:41:00 -0700 · Flag
Much in the same way we have a right to know if our clothes have been stitched together by children or by people who earn a living wage, how far our cars will get on a gallon of gas, or whether the stuff we use to clean our bathrooms will burn our skin, we have a right to know what’s in our food.
commented 2012-10-26 07:06:57 -0700 · Flag
We’re only asking for the same basic labeling required by the European Union and even Russia and China! Additionally, since these foreign governments require such labeling, it helps our farmers be competitive and keep access to those markets if they segregate truly-natural food from Genetically Modified Organisms. We have the Right To Know!
commented 2012-10-25 12:07:16 -0700 · Flag
I do not want the creator of “agent orange” having anything to do with my food! So sad that a vast majority of Americans have turned a blind eye to “real science” and are “buying” in to what huge corporations have done/& are doing to our health, safety, as well as buying off OUR government! ANYTHING TO MAKE A BUCK – Capitalism at its finest! The self-proclaimed “superior species” first mistake was disconnecting from nature………..Let’s not let “The Snake-Oil Salesmen” win! BOYCOTT GMOs and Vote YES on PROP.37
commented 2012-10-24 14:07:46 -0700 · Flag
GMOs are the number one health risk in the world today. The list of companies opposing Prop 37 is a who’s who of giant Bio-tech, multi-national food conglomerates, and phony front organizations for the afforementioned. The FDA and USDA leaders are shills for Monsanto, and have purchased our health from the government. The world is watching and depending on the people of California to strike the first blow in this war for our children’s lives.
commented 2012-10-23 21:33:58 -0700 · Flag
Genetic engineering of food is an arbitrary, capricious, and naive manipulation of living, complex, and elegant natural systems. I consider it an ultimate act of hubris to think that we can casually “improve” living organisms according to our myopic, over-simplistic notions of convenience in the name of profit.
commented 2012-10-23 18:35:15 -0700 · Flag
GMO’s are a part of a vast 2-dimensional ‘agriculture’ (Latin ‘ager’ = ‘field’) deficiency & violently self-imposed ignorance perpetuated in colonial societies for 6000 years. Humanity’s ‘indigenous’ (L = ‘self-generating’) ancestors cultivated the 3-D polyculture orchard with canopies & lower levels as vines, bushes, herbs, vegetables, greens, nuts, fruit, mushrooms etc across continental landscapes. Polyculture Orchards photosynthesize 92 – 98% of solar energy into massive abundance of food, material, water-cycle, energy etc. Biosphere energy cold spots attract warm-moist ocean winds inland. 60% of ocean to continent water transfer is through condensation on leaf surfaces. Agriculture field crops only photosynthesize between 2 – 8% of solar energy, reflecting over 90% back into the troposphere. Reflected solar energy pushes winds from the continent into the oceans thus creating desert conditions. Orchard tree roots descend as deep as the canopy pumping water, mining minerals & developing nutrient colonies tens of metres deep. Agriculture roots are only centimetres deep. Polyculture orchards are 100 times (10,000%) more productive of food, materials, energy, water-cycle & other essential ecological services than agriculture. Life on earth only exists because of the height & capacity of trees whose heights actually perfectly mirror earth’s distance & energy balance with the sun. Until humanity again understands our natural-science primate roles as stewards of the tree & biosphere, we live in disequilibrium with nature, scarcity, cruelty & slavery to ignorance such as GMO’s & agriculture represent. https://sites.google.com/site/indigenecommunity/design/1-indigenous-welcome-orchard-food-production-efficiencies
commented 2012-10-23 13:08:33 -0700 · Flag
A critical time for consumers, and organic farmers. We can’t let Monsanto/Big Ag control our food sources, and we need to know what’s in our food.
commented 2012-10-20 09:01:02 -0700 · Flag
FREEDOM of CHOICE – It’s all about our right to know and not being overruled by the special interests of the corporate food industry! Genetic Roulette by Jeffrey Smith is free for your viewing – see it now, be informed and inform your circle or friends, family, and community:
http://www.responsibletechnology.org/
commented 2012-10-15 11:30:40 -0700 · Flag
Our purpose is to supply information that enables people everywhere to provide for their own & their communities’ needs for food, energy, shelter, & a decent life without exploitation or pollution & from the smallest practical area of land. We’ve been doing that for 27yrs, so far.
commented 2012-10-13 09:16:44 -0700 · Flag
Everyone in the USA can do something to help. We all will be affected by the outcome of this part of this election. We have a right to know what we are feeding our families.
commented 2012-10-13 07:49:07 -0700 · Flag
Vote YES & Support “Right To Know Labeling” on California Prop. 37~ http://ybertaud9.wordpress.com/2012/10/13/vote-yes-support-right-to-know-labeling-on-california-prop-37/
commented 2012-10-11 10:40:14 -0700 · Flag
No reason not to label.
commented 2012-10-09 11:56:17 -0700 · Flag
No reason not to label, let’s make this bill happen!
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