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Wednesday, April 26, 2017
 
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Topic: Monsanto

Tribunal judges: Monsanto violates basic human rights to a healthy environment

Companies that cause damage to health, food and healthy environment should and will be held accountable for their actions.

Nonprofit groups sue Monsanto over deceptive Roundup labeling

The groups are asking for equitable relief on behalf of the general public.

4 tactics used by Monsanto to undermine potential link between glyphosate...

The revelations from the unsealed Monsanto emails underscore the vital need for independent science and transparency.

USDA drops plan to test for Monsanto weed killer in food

Much more research is needed to understand the impact on human health of chronic dietary exposures to pesticides.

Congress must investigate collusion between Monsanto and the EPA, now

If anyone inside the EPA has colluded with Monsanto to bury evidence that glyphosate causes cancer, Congress should investigate that collusion now.

Monsanto faces hundreds of new cancer lawsuits as debate over glyphosate...

The biotech giant refutes the classification and insists that glyphosate is safe and does not cause cancer.

Behind a corporate monster: How Monsanto pushes agricultural domination

We must support ecological farming systems that do not need the inputs provided by Monsanto or any of the other pesticide, seed and GMO conglomerates.

Unsealed court documents suggest collusion between Monsanto, EPA to pollute science

The wide range of potential health effects – and researchers' calls for additional study of them – points to the many unknowns and possible risks regarding the safety of glyphosate.

EPA sued for failure to release glyphosate documents

The EPA has no legal basis for refusing to produce these records.

California judge rules against Monsanto, allows cancer warning on Roundup

It’s great to see democracy is alive and well in California where judges are still willing to stand up for science, even against the most powerful corporate polluters.

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Senators raise ethics concerns about Trump’s Deputy White House Counsel

Neither Passantino nor the White House has responded to the legislators’ letter.

First 100 days: Trump and the degradation of the presidency

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