GMO Labeling Measure on November Ballot

Ashland Council Wants Ban On GMOPORTLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Right to Know Initiative officially qualified its Measure 92 for the November Ballot on Wednesday. The Right to Know Initiative requires that genetically engineered foods must be labeled in stores.

The campaign submitted over 156,000 signatures, nearly double the required 87, 213 collected in only six weeks. “The labeling measure passed through the qualification process with ease,” according to a press release sent out by the Right to Know Initiative.