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Although Vermont is small, its GMO labeling law will have a big impact

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Legislation that would establish a uniform standard for labeling on GMOs for food throughout the country has made it out of the Senate Agriculture Committee with bipartisan support and is now set to be introduced to the Senate floor.There is a bit of urgency in getting this bill through before July 1, when a state Law in Vermont to label all food products containing GMO ingredients will be put in place.“Vermont’s law was intended to reshape the U.S. food supply, it was not targeted to just affecting one state,” said John Bode, President and CEO of the Corn Refiners Association. “It applies to the manufacturers of food and not the retailers, so food manufacturers across the country will have to relabel their products and change their sourcing.”The result, according to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, is that this law will negatively impact food prices nationally. One study found that, because of the Vermont labeling law, the average American household food cost will go up in the next year by $1,050.The proposed law making its way through Congress would make GMO labeling voluntary on a national level.“Currently, we have lots of labeling that says ‘Non-GMO’ or ‘GMO Free’ and all of that is good as long as it is accurate,” Bode said. “The new law would not require on product labeling if a GMO is used, unless there is something significantly different about that food.”About 80% of the foods in the U.S. food supply are made with the benefit of biotechnology.“The key to this legislation is that it avoids the ‘scary label’ requirement,” Bode said. “That is what is going on in most of today’s GMO labeling. They are not used to inform consumers, they are used to scare them and discourage the use of biotechnology.”When consumers hear about differences of opinion in terms of GMO labeling, many will see it as pro-GMO vs. anti-GMO, but there are many players behind both groups.“Mainstream agriculture, farmers and the food industry are all saying that we need a national approach that is uniform and makes sense,” Bode said. “On the other side, it’s a little more interesting. There are activists who oppose the use of biotechnology and they feel that if labeling is forced, they can organize against the use of biotechnology.“Those activists are getting funding from parts of the organic food industry who have the view that if their competitors have to have a scary label, their competitors’ sales will go down and, in turn, theirs will go up.”Bode said that as in so many of policy arguments, this is a matter of following the money and finding agendas that are not quite as clearly stated on the surface. One group in clear opposition to the Senate labeling bill is Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association.“The legislation introduced by Senator Roberts and passed by the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee..ignores the growing demand from the majority of U.S. citizens to have clear and honest food labeling. Everyone deserves the very basic right of knowing what ingredients are in their food and how that food was produced; that information should not be withheld from the public. Food derived from genetic engineering should be required to be labeled. Enshrining voluntary labeling in this legislation is reiteration of decades of failed policy,” said Amalie Lipstreu, OEFFA policy program coordinator. “This legislation would call for the USDA to promote the benefits of agricultural biotechnology. It is not the role of the USDA to advance one form of agriculture above another. Organic agriculture offers benefits to the environment, public health, and local food economies and yet it cannot be advanced above other forms of agriculture by USDA. This bill would create an uneven playing field during a time when public demand for organic and sustainably grown food is at an all-time high. Senators have an opportunity to listen to their constituents and provide them with the food information and choices they want. We hope they soundly reject the Roberts bill and join with the 64 other countries of the world that require mandatory labeling of GE food.”last_img read more

UAAP men’s volleyball: Ateneo eliminates UST from Final 4 race, Adamson dumps UE

first_imgPH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES George Labang had 17 points for the Soaring Falcons.The Red Warriors, meanwhile, dropped to 2-10.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting The Blue Eagles improved to an 8-4 record as did Adamson University, which earlier swept University of the East, with the two teams now bundled up in the third and fourth spots of the standings.The Soaring Falcons made quick work of the Red Warriors, 27-25, 25-17, 25-15, to close out the top four spots of the tournament.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsChumason Njigha had 15 points for Ateneo while Antony Koyfman added 13.The Tiger Spikers dropped to a 4-8 record and were eliminated from the semifinal contention with two games left in their schedule. Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated UAAP volleyball: Tigresses near Final 4, fend off Lady Maroons SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte View comments DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MANILA, Philippines—Ateneo officially eliminated University of Santo Tomas from the Final Four race with a three-seat beating, 25-22, 25-17, 25-19, in the UAAP Season 91 men’s volleyball tournament Wednesday at Filoil Flying V Center.ADVERTISEMENT Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess MOST READ Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassleslast_img read more

Will surrender in court in next 34 days MLA Anant Singh

first_imgPatna: Bihar Independent MLA and strongman Anant Singh – allegedly evading arrest in connection with a case lodged under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) has said he will surrender in court in the next three-four days. In a video message, the Mokama MLA also asserted that he will interact with the journalists on his return. “I am not afraid of getting arrested. I have come to see my ailing friend and will surrender in the court in next three-four days. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ “But first of all, I will go to my flat and interact with journalists,” the legislator said in the video clip sent to media houses on Sunday. Singh was booked under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) after a police team raided his ancestral house at Ladma village in Madhepura district and seized an AK-47 rifle, a magazine, live cartridges and two hand grenades on Friday. The Parliament has recently passed an amendment to the anti-terror law UAPA to give powers to the Centre to designate an individual as terrorist and seize his properties. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&K The accused legislator claimed that he had sought time with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar but failed to get an appointment. Contending that he did not visit his ancestral house in the past 14 years, Singh said, “Why would I keep weapons like AK-47 in a house which is shared by my enemy?” He, however, did not disclose who he was referring to as his enemy. Singh also questioned the police for allegedly not informing his family or journalists before conducting raids. A second raid was carried out at the official residence (1, Mall Road) of Anant Singh on Saturday for his arrest but the MLA was found to be absconding, Superintendent of Police (Rural), Patna, Kantesh Kumar Mishra said. His accomplice Chhotan Singh was, however, apprehended from the residence during the raid, he said. A sword and a mobile phone were also seized from the legislator’s official residence. Dismissing the MLAs allegations, the SP said the raid was carried out in the presence of a magistrate, as well as the caretaker of the house, in accordance with the law. The entire exercise has been recorded on video, the officer claimed. Mishra also said that a separate FIR was being lodged with Sachivalaya police station in Patna against the Independent MLA for giving shelter and protection to Chhotan Singh, an accused in connection with a criminal case lodged with Barh police station. Singh nicknamed “Chhote Sarkaar”- has a lengthy criminal record and was recently summoned to the police headquarters in Patna for giving his voice sample in connection with an attack on a Mokama-based contractor. He was formerly known to have shared a close relationship with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar but the two apparently fell out ahead of the 2015 assembly elections. Singh then left the JD(U) and contested and retained his seat as an Independent.last_img read more

Two held for shooting at auto driver during robbery bid

first_imgGreater Noida: Gautam Buddh Nagar police have arrested two persons who allegedly shot at an auto driver during a robbery bid in Kasna area of Greater Noida, on February 4. Police said that the accused persons shot the auto driver in his leg when he tried to resist the robbery attempt.According to police, the accused were identified as Sonu Sharma, a native of Cheersi village in Greater Noida and Sumit Chauhan, a native of Chhidawali village in Aligarh district. Cops said that Sonu worked as a bouncer at a housing society of Greater Noida while the 3rd accused identified as Vikas is still at large. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic items”Acting on a tip-off received, the arrest was made on Monday morning from ATS roundabout in Greater Noida. Police intercepted the duo accused who were travelling in a wagon R car which they had also used in the robbery and arrested them,” said Vaibhav Krishna, Senior Superintendent of Police, Gautam Buddh Nagar. The officer further said that the robbery bid was planned by Sonu while he had also used his licensed pistol in the incident. “During sustained interrogations, it came to light that the gun belonged to Sonu. The accused persons confessed to have committed the crime and told police that Sonu had planned the robbery while Sumit boarded the auto rickshaw as passenger and later Sonu and Vikas intercepted the rickshaw with car and robbed the auto driver with his phone and case. During the robbery attempt, Vikas had shot the auto driver in his leg when he tried to resist the robbery,” added Krishna. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderCops said that both the arrested accused have been booked under sections 394 (causing voluntarily hurt), 411 (Dishonestly receiving stolen property) along with sections of the Arms Act under the Indian Penal Code. The robbery incident took place on February 4 when the accused allegedly shot a Kaushkendra, a 19-year-old auto rickshaw driver, in the leg after he tried to resist the robbery attempt in sector Chi 3 in Kasna area of Greater Noida.last_img read more

Man held with pistol bullets at Kolkata airport

first_imgKolkata: A Chennai-bound man has been apprehended at the airport here for allegedly carrying a pistol and live bullets, a CISF official said Friday. B K Munda, a resident of Jharkhand, was going through security checks at the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport when a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel detected the weapon and seven bullets in his hand baggage, said the official. “A .32 bore calibre pistol and seven live bullets were recovered from the man. He has been handed over to the police as he could not produce valid documents for carrying the firearm and ammunition,” he added. The man was supposed to take a flight to Chennai, he said, adding the passenger was booked under relevant sections of the Arms Act. Arms and ammunition are not allowed to be carried by passengers as per Indian aviation security rules.last_img read more

Two persons involved in train dacoity arrested

first_imgNew Delhi: The Delhi Railway Police arrested two persons involved in train dacoity case of Gold Jewellery (worth Rs 40-45 lakhs) happened between Sadar Bazaar and New Delhi railways stations.Police identified the accused as Mukesh Kumar Sharma (34) and Dinesh (29) (mastermind). The complainant (38), native of Bihar, reported that on May 9, he collected gold jewellery to be delivered to jewellers in Bihar from Kucha Mahajani in Chandni Chowk. At about 7. 00 pm, he boarded in a local train from Sadar Bazar for New Delhi Railway Station. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarSoon after the train left, four persons started beating him in the train robbed all the jewellery from him. After committing robbery the assailants jumped off the moving train. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Railway) Dinesh Kumar Gupta said that after detailed investigation they zeroed down Dinesh who was apprehended from Bihar. The accused had suffered huge losses of about 10 lakhs in MCX commodity trading. “The other accused Sharma was under debt and in desperate need of money. The main accused was in contact with Santosh Kumar Paswan, who also worked with the jewellers in Kucha Mahajani. In the last week of April 2019, the trio gathered for a cocktail party and discussed a plan to rob the gold carriers,” said DCP Railway. Also Read – Union min Hardeep Singh Puri, Delhi L-G lay foundation stones for various projects in Dwarka”They decided in the meeting that Mukesh will inform about the arrival and departure of gold carriers to Dinesh, who in turn will inform Santosh who with the help of other persons will execute the robbery,” police said. As planned, on May 9 Mukesh informed the mastermind about a complainant who further informed and alerted other accused. Thereafter, Santosh along with his associates committed the crime. The team formed under the leadership of Joint CP (Transport Range) Atul Katiyar made the arrest.last_img read more

Former Ohio State coach Joe Daniels dies at the age of 69

Former Ohio State football coach Joe Daniels died early Sunday morning at the age of 69 after years of battling multiple illnesses. Daniels concluded his coaching career at OSU after 39 years in the profession. He joined the OSU staff in 2001 as the quarterback coach and stayed in that role for eight years, until after spring drills in the 2009 season. He later moved into a personnel development position at OSU. “Joe had a positive impact on everyone he met,” OSU Athletic Director Gene Smith said in a press release. “There are hundreds of former and current football players who are blessed because of the relationship they had with Joe. It was an honor to be in his presence and we thank him for what he gave Buckeye Nation while he was a coach and administrator. Our hearts and prayers are with his wife Kathy, son Matt, daughter Kaitlin, daughter-in-law Jenny and the entire Daniels family.” During his coaching career, Daniels helped coach and develop quarterbacks like Dan Marino, Ozzie Newsome and former Buckeye Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith. “The things that stand out to me were Joe’s sense of humor and the way he approached the last five years,” OSU defensive coordinator Jim Heacock said. “He was always upbeat. Everything was always good. He was an amazing man and you won’t find any better quality of person than Joe Daniels.” read more