Birth Name: Gwyneth Paltrow
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
Gwyneth Paltrow was born in Los Angeles on Sept. 27, 1972, the daughter of TV producer Bruce Paltrow and Tony-winning stage and screen actress Blythe Danner. Her arts-loving parents moved the family to New York City when she was 11 years old, resulting in Paltrow and her younger brother Jake being towed (sometimes against their will) to downtown experimental theater productions and uptown operas. After spending countless summers watching her mother perform at the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts, Paltrow made her own professional stage debut there in 1990; the same year she graduated from the exclusive Spence School. From her Upper East Side townhouse, Paltrow heade... Continue Bio >>
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Next week I am going to DC to speak with members of the Senate about voting against a law that would let genetically modified organisms into our food supply without any labels! Monsanto and other big food do not want any GMO labeling. 89% of Americans do. And this law, which passed in the house last week, would overturn the states who have passed labeling laws. The evidence suggests that GMO's are an environmental disaster, both in the long term and in the short. But I am not asking you to weigh in on whether they are good or bad. We just want a label! We have a right to know what is in our food like the 64 other countries who label or don't allow GMO's at all.
When I go to DC, I want to bring a petition with me to present to the Senate and the White House. This is not partisan or political at all. So if you feel inclined please help me by posting the link below across your social channels. And please consider signing it. And passing it on to friends who might care about this sort of thing. This is so important for the future of the health of our children.
Thank you. I love you all.
Tell the Senate and President Obama: Label GMOs!
Sign the petition now and help us get to 100,000 signatures against the DARK Act – before it’s too late.
Wednesday 29th of July 2015 01:19:02 PM