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Prop 105 debate Saturday in Fort Collins
State Sen. John Kefalas is hosting a meeting Saturday in Fort Collins, featuring discussions on measures that will appear on the November ballot – among them is Proposition 105, which aims to mandate the labeling of Colorado foods containing GMOs.
The event is set for 10 a.m. to noon, taking place at the Old Town Library, 201 Peterson St.
All public and media are invited.
In regards to Prop 105, Colorado Corn communications director Eric Brown will be speaking on behalf of the organization, and also for the No On Proposition 105 Coalition. The No On Proposition 105 Coalition – made up of hundreds of individuals and ag and food organizations, including Colorado Corn, and others – has long stressed that Prop 105, with its arbitrary and unfair exemptions for two-thirds of foods, would only confuse consumers more about their choices, rather than inform them, increase food prices, and put certain producers at a disadvantage.
E85 Discount Days coming to a Western Convenience near you
Head to Western Convenience located at 1351 E. Bridge St. in Brighton on Friday for E85 Discount Days.
This is the next in line in a series of events, during which Western Convenience staff members look to educate the public on the many benefits of E85, with 50-cent discounts on that fuel, taking place from 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Western Convenience staff will also be on hand to provide educational materials and other giveaways regarding ethanol, E85 and agriculture.
There are about 25 events taking place during September and October.
Others coming up in September include:
Sept. 22 - 2525 Broadway in Grand Junction.
Sept. 23 - 2998 North Ave. in Grand Junction.
Sept. 25 - 1502 Howard St. in Delta.
Sept. 26 - 938 S. Townsend Ave. in Montrose.
Sept. 29 - 3201 Lake Ave. in Pueblo.
Sept. 30 - 2714 Thatcher Ave. in Pueblo.
Sept. 30 - 123 West Cranston in Fowler.
Colorado Corn is providing some of the educational materials, and, along with Western Convenience staff, will be on hand at some of the events.
GMO resources for you
We want you to have the information you need to be able to have fruitful discussions with your friends and neighbors about this important topic.
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