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An appeals court in Washington affirmed an $18 million penalty imposed against the Grocery Manufacturers Association for violating state campaign-finance laws during a 2013 battle over a ballot initiative that would have required labeling ingredients with genetically modified organisms on all packaged food products.

TACOMA, Wash. — An appeals court in Washington affirmed an $18 million penalty imposed against the Grocery Manufacturers Association for violating state campaign-finance laws during a 2013 battle over a ballot initiative that would have required labeling ingredients with genetically modified organisms on all packaged food products. 

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