Injunction on Vermont GMO law denied

Injunction on Vermont GMO law denied

Constitutionality of Vermont's law upheld by district court on grounds plaintiffs haven't shown harm.


THE U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont affirmed the constitutionality of Act 120, Vermont's labeling law for food containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

The ruling denied a preliminary injunction motion brought by the Grocery Manufacturers Assn. (GMA), Snack Food Assn. and other plaintiffs to try to halt the law's implementation and granted the state of Vermont'

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