What scares Big Ag so much?

What is it that creates a defensive anxiety in Big Ag corporations when people, just people, want to know what is in their food?

Why do these corporations feel the need to bring out the big guns in the guise of lawyers with gag orders shutting down researchers all over the world who are on to some very revealing data concerning GMOs? There are very good websites that cut to the chase about what is happening with these companies that are manipulating the DNA in our seeds. “Seeds of Deception” is a very good book as well as others, and these websites: gmwatch.org thecampaign.org seedsofdeception.com www.ResponsibleTechnology.org

Just to name a few. Please please educate yourself to the best of your ability before you say no to I-522.

Wednesday’s editorial, “A reluctant no to I-522,” written by the Herald’s editorial board, was very disappointing.

Lynn Hoffman

Arlington

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