SAN FRANCISCO — Legislators in California may soon decide how to point out food items made from cloned animals, regardless of U.S. regulators. If successful, the move would be the first state law in the country governing the way such products could be sold.
The bill, introduced in the state Senate by Sen. Carole Migden, D-San Francisco, would require labeling of meat and milk from cloned livestock, or their offspring. Migden said that consumers should be able to make informed decisions ...
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