Yeah, but get down into the rest of it where it starts talking about exceptions and it gets tricky.(a) California consumers have the right to know whether the foods they purchase were produced using genetic engineering. Genetic engineering of plants and animals often causes unintended consequences. Manipulating genes and inserting them into organisms is an imprecise process. The results are not always predictable or controllable, and they can lead to adverse health or environmental consequences.
First paragraph I read.
Also, this statement is not actually backed up with facts. It sounds good, but they have not actually shown any adverse health consequences.
Not saying they couldn't exist. Just saying they haven't shown them to exist.