Already in 2014, 35 state initiatives to label GMOs have been launched in over 20 states, according to the Center for Food Safety. Not surprisingly, it's tough to keep track of them all. Which bills gained traction? Which ones immediately died? And which GMO-labeling proposals may actually have a chance of passing in November?
One promising campaign of note includes Oregon's I-44 initiative, which secured a spot on the November 2014 ballot with over 150,000 signatures.
Likewise, Colorado's labeling initiative is on the brink of collecting enough signatures to be on the ballot as well. (Hey, if we can legalize marijuana…)
But slews of other states aren't far behind, as this map, recently published in The Wall Street Journal, depicts.
It seems other states might join the ranks of Vermont and Connecticut before long.