Oregon Right to Know

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  • Have any questions about Voting?

    When is my ballot due? You have until 8pm on Tuesday, November 4.   I didn’t get my ballot. What should I do? If you haven’t received your ballot by...

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  • Eugene Register-Guard Endorses Measure 92

    It’s an information void that supporters of Measure 92 hope to fill in the Nov. 4 election. The initiative by Oregon GMO Right to Know would require manufacturers, retailers and...

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  • Medford Mail Tribune Endorses Measure 92: Food Labeling Measure is a Reasonable Step

    Opponents of Ballot Measure 92, which would require the labeling of food sold in Oregon that contains genetically modified organisms, want to make the measure about the unproven health effects...

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  • Oregonian: GMO labeling would cost consumers $2.30 per year

    Read the original article by Clicking Here.  For a link to the Consumers Union study, Click Here. Requiring labeling of products containing genetically modified ingredients would amount to a median cost to consumers...

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  • Yes on Measure 92 Campaign Goes On the Air

    The fight over Measure 92 is heating up as the Yes on 92 campaign went on the airwaves today with a major ad buy designed to counter the false claims...

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U.S. companies already label genetically engineered food in 64 other countries.

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Oregon farmers support labeling because it makes it easier to tell their traditional crops from genetically engineered crops.

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The long-term health effects of genetically engineered foods have never been studied.

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The same chemical companies that genetically engineer food made DDT & Agent Orange and claimed they were safe too.

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Supporters of Measure 92

Join the Oregon Nurses Association, Friends of Family Farmers, and many others in support of Measure 92. For a full list of supporters click here.

  • “Foods derived from genetic engineering should be labeled, both because consumers have a right-to-know what they are eating and to identify any potential health problems that may arise from consumption of such foods."
    Michael Hansen
    Consumer's Union, Senior Staff Scientist

Why label genetically engineered foods?

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