Cook-Littman releases clip of film appearance

Tara Cook-Littman

Tara Cook-Littman has released a clip of her appearance in the film “Bought,” in response to Republican accusations that she advocates against vaccines.

Tara Cook-Littman, Democratic candidate for the 134th District state Rep., has provided a YouTube clip of her appearance in the film Bought, after Fairfield and Trumbull Republican Committees painted her participation in the film, which they called “anti-vaccine propaganda,” as evidence that the candidate “wants to bring us back to an era where children and adults go unvaccinated and modern medicine and technology are thrown away.”

Cook-Littman released a statement yesterday responding to the attack, saying she believes in vaccines, has had her children vaccinated, and appeared in the film only to discuss her advocacy for GMO labeling in Connecticut. Cook-Littman was the director of GMO Free CT, a group that successfully advocated with the state legislature for a GMO labeling law.

The film reportedly explores the possible link between vaccines and autism, as well as GMO food and pharmaceutical use in health care.

 

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