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January 12, 2004 | Paul Elias, Associated Press
The center of the nation's anti-biotechnology movement these days is in Northern California, where Mendocino County voters will decide March 2 whether to ban genetically modified organisms. Measure H would prohibit genetically modified plants and animals from being raised or kept in the county, although processed food made with genetically modified ingredients would be allowed on store shelves. Success could galvanize similar movements from Vermont to Hawaii.
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January 5, 2005 | Juliana Barbassa, Associated Press
The salt and pepper, the burgers and even the beer on tap are organic in Ukiah Brewing Co., the first restaurant in California to be certified as organic.
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May 24, 2004 | Scott Martelle, Times Staff Writer
Jim Gray, rigid as a judge's gavel, stood at the front of a high-ceilinged tavern here and ran through a list of political positions he hoped would appeal to Mendocino County's famously idiosyncratic voters. Pot should be legal. Genetically modified foods should be labeled. The Patriot Act should be gutted. "We are galloping, racing toward a police state," said Gray, his voice curt and direct. "This Patriot Act is the most recent, but our civil liberties are in jeopardy."
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