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Kansas Vetoes – Milk in Kansas is Safer Unless it is Monsanto AGAIN!

It can be done – look at what Kansas accomplished.

Now, families in Kansas can feed their families with milk they know they can trust.

BUT – REMEMBER – a cow may not be fed rbgh (recombinant bovine

growth hormones) but if not grass fed, very possible is fed by Monsanto

genetically altered soy or corn – look for organic milk, or better still, raw

milk.

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Kansas Governor Vetoes Milk Labeling Bill!

Posted on April 23, 2009 by Heather

In a victory for local dairy farmers and consumers, Gov. Sebelius vetoes controversial bill that would have limited rbGH labeling on dairy products in the state

To support Kansas dairy farmers and consumers, Governor Kathleen Sebelius has vetoed legislation concerning the labels on milk products. The bill, HB 2121, faced massive opposition from dairy, consumer, health, animal welfare and environmental organizations across the country; nearly 30 of which wrote a letter to Governor Sebelius, President Obama’s pick to lead the Department of Health and Human Services, urging her to veto HR 2121. The bill passed by the Kansas State Legislature would have required an additional disclaimer on labels for dairy products produced from cows not treated with recombinant bovine growth hormone (rbGH or rbST), a genetically engineered, artificial hormone that induces cows to produce more milk.”

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August 30, 2009 - Posted by | GMO Alert

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