What do the penalties of passing a stopped school bus, sign language as a second language, and the availability of genetically modified foods in school cafeterias all have in common? These are all issues, among others, that the New York Parent Teacher Association will vote upon at its upcoming annual convention.
Ahead of the statewide convention in November, the New York PTA has released its Proposed Resolutions for 2016. Among the resolutions this year include a proposal aimed at taking any genetically engineered foods, or foods with ingredients containing GMOs, out of school cafeterias.
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[This article was originally published on AGDAILY as a guest column.]
Eric Bjerregaard says
Hey Amanda, I posted this as an example of ignorance running amok due to the influence of anti organizations. This was in a linkedin argument on the 107 Laureates trying to oppose these groups. thanks.
Thanks for sharing, Eric! 🙂
Henry Miller says
New article that supports your viewpoint: http://www.forbes.com/sites/henrymiller/2016/10/26/new-york-state-pta-needs-adult-supervision/#44bc9b297376