I don't understand why people think it's necessary to alter our natural food sources, especially not knowing the health risk associated with it. This is great news! I, too, hope that other states and counties will follow.
This genetic modification is similar to the fertilizer and bug-spraying industries that started up in the '60s without taking a second look at the consequences. We need to preserve our earth in as natural of a state as possible.
I'm not willing to be someone's guinea pig to see what effects this genetically-smetically stuff has on humans and animals.