Monday, August 4, 2014

Please share with us what your plan is to do... - Sue Dayton Nicholoy

Please share with us what your plan is to do... - Sue Dayton Nicholoy:

Posted on the Oregon Right To Know Facebook "Other Wall"

Please share with us what your plan is to do aggressively differently than the campaign in California, as an example? It 'seems' as if something other than spending money is in order since so far the most money seems to be winning this fight that should never have been necessary in the first place. 

Request after request for money continues to arrive in my inbox but never seems to be accompanied by an admission that this plan has not worked in the past so this is what we are going to do differently this time. 
Thank you. This is absolutely not intended to denigrate your massive efforts, but for seeking knowledge. Appreciate what you do! - Sue Dayton Nicholoy (2 likes - GMO Free Oregon)

Yes on 92!

It’s official: Oregon is the epicenter of the fight to demand labeling for genetically engineered foods in America.

On Wednesday our grassroots GMO labeling initiative was officially placed on the Oregon ballot. Now, we’re facing our biggest test yet.

We’re just five days away from our first end of month deadline since we made it on the ballot, and we’ve set an ambitious goal of $75,000 in grassroots donations.

All eyes are on us: Contribute $25 now to help us reach our end of month goal.

Goal: $75,000 in Grassroots Donations

We’re on track to break new ground and become the first state in the nation to come together and declare by a vote of the people that we have the right to know what’s in the food we eat and feed to our families.

Now that we’re on the ballot, we’re going to be a top target for Monsanto, Coca Cola, and all the other international corporations that make huge profits selling genetically engineered food.

Show Big Agribusiness that we’re ready to fight back: Contribute $25 to help pass Measure 92 to mandate GMO labeling in Oregon>>

It comes down to this: Protecting the profits of chemical conglomerates and agribusiness giants should not take precedence over the public's right to know what is in the food they eat and feed their families.

Thanks for standing with us,

Paige Richardson
Campaign Director, Yes on 92

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