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Steve Farrar (not verified)
on Oct 11, 2012

Attorney James C. Cooper in an analysis titled "Proposition 65 and the Proposed California Right to Know Genetically
Engineered Foods Act: A Comparison of Litigation Incentives" concluded: "In summary, relative to Proposition 65, Label GMO is more narrowly drawn, provides more exemptions from its provisions, and is likely to provide greater certainty for businesses with respect to their compliance. Accordingly, there is reason to believe that these important differences substantially reduce the potential for Label GMO to foster the type of abusive private litigation associated with Proposition 65."

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