Both sides of Prop. 37 debate guilty of misleading voters

| November 5, 2012 |
The No on 37 campaign used misused the FDA seal to make them seem in favor of their cause; the Yes on 37 fabricates claims of a resulting FBI investigation. Neither the Yes On 37 Campaign nor the Environmental Working Group have issued retractions apologizing for their erroneous announcements, issued 4 days before Election Day. In the same thread, the No on 37 campaign has not issued any apologies for potentially misleading consumers about what exactly the FDA had issued an opinion on.

The No on 37 campaign used misused the FDA seal to make them seem in favor of their cause; the Yes on 37 fabricates claims of a resulting FBI investigation. Neither the Yes On 37 Campaign nor the Environmental Working Group have issued retractions apologizing for their erroneous announcements, issued 4 days before Election Day.  In the same thread, the No on 37 campaign has not issued any apologies for potentially misleading consumers about what exactly the FDA had issued an opinion on.

View the original article here: The FDA, The FBI, and Prop 37