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Most Evil Company Loses Court Battle in Money-Laundering Scheme

Money-Laundering Scheme

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  • Last year, Attorney General Ferguson filed suit against the Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA), alleging the association had violated the state’s campaign disclosure laws during the I-522 ballot campaign to label GM foods
  • The GMA was forced to reveal the donors to their aggressive anti-labeling campaign, but they’re continuing to insist that they should be allowed to hide their donors from the public
  • The GMA then countersued the state of Washington for the right to hide corporate campaign funds—a move that threatens the transparency of the state's elections on every issue
  • In its countersuit, the GMA requested that the case against them be dismissed, but a Superior Court judge has ruled against them, which means the case will move forward

By Dr. Mercola

During last year's I-522 ballot campaign to label genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Washington State, the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) came up with a devious, and illegal, money-laundering scheme to protect the identity of members who donated funds to the opposing campaign.


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