One is Enlist Duo for GMO crops and the other kills bees and other pollinators.
Vermont, the first state to mandate GMO labels, won in court against special interests, while the EU approved more GMO imports from the US.
USDA approves two more Monsanto GMOs for soy and cotton, while the EU allows member states to ban them.
Passing this bill would be the greatest gift to Monsanto and Big Food who want to stop GMO labeling efforts.
The latest on the money pouring in to make sure voters don't approve GMO labels.
The EPA approved Dow's Enlist Duo herbicide, a delectable combination of Monsanto's Roundup and Dow's Agent Orange 2,4-D.
The Global GMO Free Coalition brings together 4.5 million people working for sustainable agriculture worldwide.
Largely because of citizen activism, Vermont passed the first law in the country to require labels.
The USDA is about to decide whether to approve the most toxic GMO yet.
Monsanto and Big Food are pressing Congress for weak national legislation to stop state-by-state attempts for mandatory labels.