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'Slap in the Face'

It’s not easy to make headlines in these days of COVID-19 and intensifying racial and civil unrest. 

But leave it to Monsanto-Bayer to edge itself into the news, for better or worse.

The news? 

Bayer will pay $10-billion to settle lawsuits filed by Roundup cancer victims—a settlement that one victim called a “slap in the face.”

Farmers won’t legally be allowed to use Monsanto-Bayer’s dicamba herbicides.

California can't require cancer warning labels on Roundup, even though the World Health Organization says Roundup is a "probable" carcinogen.

And the announcement that Mexico will phase out glyphosate-based herbicides by 2024.

It’s a mixed news bag, for sure. Fortunately, public opinion is still running high against the use of Roundup and other pesticides. But the need for more peer-reviewed studies, uninfluenced by Monsanto-Bayer, is more urgent than ever. We explain why in this week's blog post.

Read ‘Monsanto-Bayer Gets Bitten. But the Fight Is Far from Over.'

TAKE ACTION: Tell Congress to Ban Monsanto/Bayer’s Cancer-Causing Roundup Weedkiller!

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