Yesterday, in a vote of 14-6, the Senate Agriculture Committee moved to approve a bill that would stop states from requiring GMO labeling. More specifically, the bill would create new voluntary labels for companies that want to use them on food packages that contain genetically modified ingredients. It would also block a first-time labeling requirement that is set to take effect in Vermont in July.
One Bluejay and Three Lady Jays earned basketball honors from the Minnesota College Athletic Conference this season
Heckenlaible steps down after 14 season at the helm of the Men's Basketball team
Deadlines for removing fish houses, dark houses and portable shelters from state waterways are rapidly approaching, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.