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2012 Election: Gay marriage, recreational pot, porn win

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2012 gay rights winVoters for the first time approved legal gay marriage in at least two states and voted to legalize recreational pot in Washington and Colorado.

In California, voters rejected an initiative that would have required labeling of most food with genetically engineered ingredients but approved Measure B, legislation to require actors in adult films to use condoms.

The measure, which garnered more than 55 percent support from voters Tuesday, is intended to promote public health and to protect porn actors from sexually transmitted diseases, although opponents said it would force the adult film industry to relocate from the San Fernando Valley.

"The idea of allowing a government employee to come and examine our genitalia while we're on set is atrocious," adult film actress Amber Lynn said Sunday at an anti-Measure B rally in North Hollywood.

The Los Angeles Times said the law would be enforced by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

With 94 percent of precincts reporting, voters said no to Proposition 37, which would have made California the first state in the nation to require labeling of foods containing GMO ingredients, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

TVNL Comment:  Monsanto spent one million dollars a day to fight the initiative to LABEL, not stop, simply LABEL genetically engineered ingredients in foods.  Voters bought in.  This is a tragedy for the health of all Americans.

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