SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Consumers Union has urged California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to sign into law a bill passed by the state legislature that would require labeling of meat and milk sourced from cloned animals. A recent CU poll shows 89% of respondents want such labeling, said Elisa Odabashian, director of Consumers Union’s West Coast office. Knowing that a majority of consumers want labeling, trade and marketing groups say they are working together on that and other cloning issues. ...

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