The letters G, M, and O aren't even words, but they've certainly become fighting words.
Witness the U.S. House of Representatives' recent passage of HR 1599.
Officially, it's the "Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2015," a move to prevent states from passing their own genetically modified (GMO) food labeling laws.
Which is why anti-GMO groups call it "the DARK Act"--for "Deny Americans the Right to Know"--and some other names we won't print.
One of the most-debated provisions concerns local bans on GMO crops, as in Jackson County.
Would the bill prohibit those or not? We hear both opinions in this hour... Gail Greenman from the Oregon Farm Bureau says there's no such provision.
She'll be followed by George Kimbrell at the Center for Food Safety, who says there is.
Join us as we dig through the bill's language and the issues beneath.