Monsanto & friends are spending over $1 million a day to fight GMO labeling and defeat Prop. 37. YOU CAN HELP. JOIN the VOLUNTEERS to FIGHT BACK NOW!
In less than 2 weeks, Californians will vote on Prop. 37. This is an historic campaign – it would mean that for the first time in the United States, consumers would have the right to know if the food they are eating has been genetically tampered with by chemical companies. Nearly one million Californians signed their names to put the California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act – aka Prop 37 – on the ballot, and over 90% of Americans say they support labeling GMOs. BUT RIGHT NOW, the world’s largest pesticide and junk food companies, led by Monsanto, DuPont, Dow Chemical, Pepsi, Kraft & Coca Cola have invested over $40 million and are spending $1 million per day to deceive Californians. They are flooding the state with misleading ads to confuse and scare the voters and to trick people into voting against their own best interests. And it’s working. In the past week our poll numbers have dropped from 61% to 48%. WE MUST FIGHT BACK.
Here are the ways YOU can help to fight back:
- If you live in California, click here to find your local leader and get involved. You can be a part of history in the making and help your state pass groundbreaking legislation. Your help will make a difference!
- Click here to Volunteer for our national phone bank to help us reach 1 million more Californians before Election Day, November 6! It’s super easy to volunteer. Sign up for a shift of your choice based on your availability. This is a close race and your calls may bring home the deciding votes. You can make a difference. We know we can win with your help! We are in the home stretch. California needs your help NOW.
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The truth is getting out! Together we can overcome the dirty campaign efforts of chemical and big food bullies! With your help, we can win!
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The Institute for Responsible Technology Food Policy Fund is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization engaging in advocacy and legislative lobbying activities.
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