The battle to put labels on foods that contain genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, continues in the state of Washington this November.
Washington voters will cast votes on I-522, a ballot initiative that asks voters if foods should carry labels if they contain GMOs.
In a press release, the group Yes on 522 states that large food producers have contributed more than $17 million against the measure. Last year, voters in California rejected a GMO labeling ballot initiative after huge donations from seed and food companies like Monsanto, Dow, Dupont.
A New York Times poll in the summer of 2013 found that 93 percent of Americans are in favor of labeling for GMO food.
See the Yes on 522 website here.