The American Farm Bureau says public attitudes may be changing toward the anti-GMO movement – despite local bans, bills and ballot questions.
AFBF Says Public Attitudes Changing on GMO’s
At least a dozen places around the nation have banned or limited genetically modified crops – most recently two southern Oregon counties. Eighty-five bills on GMO labeling are pending in 30-states – with dueling bills in Congress.
American Farm Bureau’s Executive Director of Communications Mace Thornton says AFBF opposes initiatives that limit farmers’ use of biotechnology.