There was good news and bad news in the decision of the US District Court Judge Christina Reiss – she allowed the challenge to move forward, but denied the injunction sought by the Grocery Manufacturers Association, along with the Snack Food Association, the International Dairy Foods Association and the National Association of Manufacturers.  The industry groups challenged Vermont’s first-in-the-nation GMO labeling law, which requires both retailers and manufacturers to label food sold in the state if it was even partially produced using genetically modified organisms (GMOs).  It is slated to take effect on July 1.  Her decision has already been appealed.