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(Seattle, WA)  --  A campaign-finance lawsuit filed by the Washington State Attorney General against the national Grocery Manufacturers Association will move forward.  "The Olympian" reports a Thurston County judge has refused to dismiss the lawsuit as requested by the GMA, which spent nearly 22-million dollars in its campaign against a Washington initiative requiring labeling of genetically-modified foods.  In the lawsuit, Attorney General Bob Ferguson accuses the GMA of violating campaign-finance laws by setting up a special fund to disguise the source of money spent to defeat the initiative.  I-522 was narrowly defeated in a statewide vote.
 

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