While the Biotechnology industry tries to tweak favorable legislation out of Congress, critics of GMO food are pushing for more control in California, with a ballot measure that will require the labeling of foods containing genetically engineered products. The so-called ‘Right to Know Act’ appears as Proposition 37 on the November ballot, qualifying with a more than a million signatures. A coalition of opponents includes the biotech industry, farmers and grocery groups. Supporters are hoping that people power will allow them to overcome well-funded foes. Vic Bedoian reports from Fresno.