"There are millions of people around the world who have a deep and genuine concern that Monsanto's glyphosate is making us and our environment sick."
Several Republicans once again side with Monsanto and put American's health on the line.
Meanwhile, regulators in North Dakota, Missouri and Arkansas are taking steps to set restrictions on dicamba-based herbicides.
The permit revocation applies to the states of Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosi, Veracruz, Chiapas, Campeche, Yucatan and Quintana Roo.
Monsanto steadfastly denies responsibility.
Since 1973, Monsanto has cited dubious science, like tests on the uteri of male mice, and the EPA has let much of it slide.
The public needs to be better informed of the potential risks of the numerous herbicides sprayed onto our food supply.
“Glyphosate is suspect… Monsanto’s argument is unacceptable.”
"Whether this is a question of negligence or intent, it is completely unacceptable for government bodies to pass off industry analysis as their own."
The lawsuit hopes permanent injunctions will be placed on these large companies, forcing them to stop selling and marketing their dicamba herbicide.