Fourth-generation farmer Seth Williams writes in The Spokesman-Review:
The citizens of Washington should not be fooled. We have a right to know what’s going into our food and how it is grown. Foods are already labeled in a variety of ways to inform us, and protect our health. By labeling genetically engineered foods, we can also protect our future well-being.
Our farms’ livelihood depends on people and all living things finding a healthy balance. By labeling genetically engineered foods we help ourselves and future generations to make sound choices. Let us take this opportunity to support I-522 for the right to choose what we grow and what we feed our families.