Next Thursday, Right to Know Minnesota will head to the State Capital in an attempt to convince legislators to label products containing GMOs, or genetically modified organisms. The group will meet at Christ Lutheran Church across from the State Capitol in St. Paul at 1 p.m., where participants will meet, eat non-GMO treats, and learn how to talk to state legislators. After that, they'll head to the State Capital and each participant will meet the respective House and Senate representatives from their area.
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Right to Know is an organization dedicated to the establishment of GMO mandatory labeling in the state of Minnesota.
"This is a total, 100% volunteer group. There's no paid staff [and we] don't get reimbursed for anything," says Jody Hencier of Right to Know.
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