San Francisco: A lawsuit, with more than a hundred plaintiffs against Monsanto’s glyphosate herbicide, is the source of data that proves the company colluded with the EPA and media outlets to conceal the fact that its best-selling product was never tested to see if it causes cancer. There are more than 1,100 plaintiffs in other states also bringing suits against Monsanto. In preparation for having to abandon glyphosate in the wake of these discoveries, the company is re-focusing its marketing efforts on a newly-approved genetically engineered corn. –GEG
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