- “H.112 Bill Summary” – This is a summary of the bill as it stands now (4/21/14), outlining the findings, how foods would be labeled, exemptions to the bill, retail liabilities, penalties for non-compliance, the date the bill would go into effect, and the amendment from the Appropriations Committee regarding the special implementation fund.
- “GMO Bill Top Level Points” - For H.112 to be upheld under the First Amendment the state would need to be able to show that the regulation is reasonably related to a legitimate government interest. This factsheet lists the legitimate government interests adopted in the bill.
- “Legal One-Pager on GE Labeling” – This is a factsheet that provides a basic summary of legal issues and explains why Vermont’s bill should survive any constitutional challenges.
- “Summary of Supporting Materials” – This document summarizes the reasons that GE labeling is important. It discusses different categories and provides citations to some key studies.
- “The Vermont Genetically Engineered Food Labeling Act” – This factsheet contains basic information about what GMOs are, and why we can and should label them in Vermont. It also contains some frequently asked questions about the bill.
- “Take Action for GMO Labeling in Vermont” - This is a factsheet designed to help Vermonters take the next step in taking action to get GMOs labeled in our state. While it’s addressed to Vermonters, anyone might find it useful!
- “Why GMO Labeling is Different From rBGH Labeling” - This is a factsheet designed to put to rest confusion about the differences between this labeling effort and a similar, but essentially different case from 1996.
- “Important Talking Points on H.112” – This is a factsheet providing some key talking points Vermonters can use when speaking with their legislators.