(AP) — This Oct. 2, 2002, file photo shows labeling stating no genetically engineered ingredients on a bag of Bearitos Tortilla Chips in San Francisco, Calif.
A bill proposed in Washington state to require labeling of genetically modified foods has a new group of supporters this year — wheat farmers — giving food safety advocates fresh hope that lawmakers will get behind the effort. Those so-called "foodies" have been pushing legislation to require labeling for years, both at the national level and in statehouses around the country, and in nearly all cases they've been soundly rejected. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)
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