GMO anti-labeling law
It's H.R. 4432, given the newspeak name of 'Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act,' an irony of converseness that's up there with any in recorded history. The actual purpose of it is to prevent states from passing legislation that would require GMO ingredients to be disclosed on labels.
Obviously this is much easier than defeating referendums in all 50 states. The one in CA cost $45 million to defeat - supposedly a much lower cost (to consumers!) than if the legislation had passed.
The argument for it is that it will "protect consumers by eliminating confusion and advancing food safety."
"It prevents a mishmash of labeling standards." The state-by-state approach is only necessary since FDA/Monsanto refuses to listen to the 93% of Americans who think they have the right to know what they are eating and require the labeling they want at federal level, like most other countries.
Those interested in doing so can sign a petition against it here.