Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson succeeded in forcing the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) to disclose which companies contributed to funding their "No on 522" campaign -- which would block labeling of GMOs in Washington.
Using his subpoena power, something that wasn't available to the moms and activists who filed the original complaint against the GMA, Ferguson uncovered strong evidence that the GMA intentionally side-stepped Washington state election law that requires groups raising money for a specific political campaign to reveal their donors.
Now we know which food companies are spending the most to block your right to know:
1) Pepsico -- $1,620,899
2) Nestle -- $1,052,743
3) Coca-Cola -- $1,047,332
4) General Mills -- $598,819
The campaign may be over, but we're still sending on signatures to these companies to demand they they stop spending their profits to fight against disclosure of the ingredients in their food.