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Claire P.
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Denver, CO
Post #: 9
It seems a challenge for California was the late publicity of pro-GMO information and facts. Those opposed to the measure started advertising aggressively well before the election. Whereas, pro didn't have the funding. But polls showed once the advertising for the measure started rolling out public opinion really shifted. Unfortunately, many had voted early.... Not sure if I got that all correct. I just remember hearing that analysis on NPR. An t makes some sense. So if we can do grassroots educating early perhaps it could help? And focus on what do you have to hide? Why wouldn't you want someone to know? Anyway, just putting some joints out there! Thanks Katherine!
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