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Don't Let Monsanto's Millions Hijack Prop 37
How much is a GMO label worth? If you're a pesticide or junk food manufacturer, almost $50 million. That's what Monsanto, Dow, Dupont, Pepsi, Coca-Cola and others have now invested in one of the most relentless, deceptive, and downright crooked ad campaigns to come down the pike in a long time, a campaign aimed at keeping GMO labels off our food.
Monsanto has been pounding California voters for weeks with TV ads claiming that a simple label stating "contains genetically engineered ingredients" will lead to skyrocketing food prices and a windfall for trial lawyers. They're even calling Prop 37 a "food tax."
You know the No on 37 campaign is lying to consumers to protect its obscene profits. But unfortunately, not everyone in California understands the issues or knows the facts. Thanks to thousands of consumers like you who have dug deep into their wallets to fight this corporate takeover of our food, we still stand a chance of winning in California. But we need to reach more voters and we're running out of time. We have only five more days to reach as many voters as possible with our own TV ads and the truth about GMO labeling and Prop 37.
Time is running out. Don't let Monsanto hijack this critical food labeling law. Please invest today in the future of safe food and better health. Your donation could help to sway the winning vote!
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Unmasking the No on Prop 37 Lies and Dirty Tricks
The Monsanto-Pepsi gang can't change the fact that 9 out of 10 people want to know if they're eating genetically modified organisms (GMOs). What they can do is try to trick California voters into believing that a simple label on their food is actually a nefarious plot to make consumers pay more for their food and make trial lawyers rich.
The corporations desperate to keep you in the dark about GMOS have tried nearly every trick in the book. Fake voter guides. Phony "scientists." Lies about newspaper endorsements. Illegal hijacking of government logos.
HERE ARE 37 LIES AND DIRTY TRICKS BROUGHT TO YOU BY MONSANTO AND THE 'NO ON 37' CAMPAIGN
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