HEADLINE: Breaking News: Oregon GMO proponents file lawsuit

In breaking news reported by the Statesman Journal, proponents of a GMO labeling measure on the ballot in Oregon have filed a lawsuit, claiming that 4,600 valid votes favoring labeling triggered by the automatic recount have been tossed out.

The Statesman Journal reports:

“Nine voters have asked a Multnomah County judge for a restraining order to stop certification of the recount results until those 4,600 votes are counted, said Keven Glenn, spokesman for the Yes on 92 campaign.”

The GMO labeling ballot measure has become the costliest ballot measure in Oregon’s history.