The prop in California was worded very poorly and extremely confusing. Not all foods were required to be labelled, and the foods which were required vs weren't was extremely arbitrary.<quoted text>
Look at the money poured into defeating a proposition in California that would require any foods that contain GMO to be labeled accordingly. The proposition was defeated, but don't you just gotta wonder why over a Million Dollars per day was spent to defeat it? The list of food companies is very interesting too. Think Monsanto and Con-Agra companies.
Dog food must be labelled. Milk for human consumption - no.
If someone were to put together a more simple criteria like: If its is meant for human consumption and contains any GMO product or byproduct is should carry this symbol.
That sort of a measure would pass.