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Mar 20 2016
06:13 pm

“We just want people to know what we’re putting in our bodies,” Rep. Joe Towns, D-Memphis said. “That’s all this is.”

But Rep. Andy Holt, R-Dresden, said such legislation is “unfounded and baseless” and told Towns “you’ve eaten this (genetically modified food) every day of your life for the last eight or 10 years.”

You've been unknowingly eating GMO food so that makes it OK to keep feeding you food that we aren't telling you what is in it.

Really?

Tom Humphrey reports

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