SAN FRANCISCO — The Center for Food Safety and Consumers Union here have expressed disappointment at California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's veto of the California Cloned Food Labeling Act (Senate Bill 63), and have pledged to work with legislators to introduce a similar bill by California's next legislative session. In vetoing the bill, Gov. Schwarzenegger said that it would be preempted by federal labeling laws, but in published reports, opponents described his arguments as “legally ...
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