They spent the last four days getting educated about what’s being called the most complex measure on any ballot in the state. Now, members of a citizen panel release their findings on Jackson County’s Controversial GMO measure.
The citizen’s panel wrapped up their last day of a 4 day process Wednesday. This panel is made up of 20 randomly selected Jackson County residents. Their identities were being kept a secret for fear of attempted sway from partisan groups. The group was put together by the non-profit organization Healthy Democracy Oregon who aims at educating voters.