By Gregory B. Hladky
5:06 PM EDT, May 22, 2013
Legislation to require that genetically modified foods be labeled in Connecticut cruised throught the state Senate this week, and activists were hoping that a "March Against Monsanto" in Hartford Saturday will keep up the pressure.
People who believe Connecticut should become the first state to require labeling on foods containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are likely to need all the momentum they can get. That bill looks to have some serious problems ahead in the state House.
The Hartford rally against Monsanto - the world's biggest producer of GMO seeds - is part of a major campaign that organizers claim will take place at the same time in 36 nations and more than 250 cities.
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