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Washingtonians have the right to know what’s in their food

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“To help protect the well-being of our communities, we believe every Washingtonian should have access to the information they need to make an informed decision about the food they are buying and feeding their families. Labeling genetically engineered foods allows our community members to make the best decisions for them and their families. ” – Brendon Cechovic, Washington Conservation Voters 

“Yes on 522 is thrilled to add Washington Conservation Voters to our diverse coalition of Washington State Nurses Association, Washington Toxics Coalition and many others. WCV knows that label transparency helps consumers make informed choices when they are buying their groceries.”

About Yes on 522: Yes on 522 provides Washington consumers with more information about what’s in the food they buy so that they can make the best decisions for their families. More than 350,000 signatures were collected to get I-522 on the November 2013 ballot — second highest number of signatures gathered for an Initiative to the Legislature in state history. www.yeson522.com

Delana Jones,

Campaign Manager,

Yes on 522 
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