In the end, not even Oregon’s backyard chicken owners and vegan foodies had enough money and clout to persuade voters to pass a ballot measure that would have required labeling of genetically modified foods.
Voters jam-packed some polling centers in Denver and Aurora on Tuesday, as Colorado residents cast their ballots on a variety of issues and close election battles.
A citizens group has pored over documents, statistics and facts related to November’s GMO-labeling ballot issue to help inform voters about the measure.
Voters in Colorado will decide in November if genetically-modified food should have special labeling.
A proposal requiring genetically modified food to be labeled is headed to Colorado’s ballot.