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Mexico's Decision to Ban Glyphosate Has Rocked the Agribusiness World

GM corn presidential decree comes despite intense pressure from industry, U.S. authorities.

Timothy A. Wise ·


Emails Reveal US Officials Joined With Agrochemical Giant Bayer to Stop Mexico's Glyphosate Ban

"We're seeing more and more how the pesticide industry uses the U.S. government to aggressively push its agenda on the international stage and quash any attempt by people in other countries to take control of their food supply."

Kenny Stancil, staff writer ·


French Court Hears Case Against Chemical Corporations Over Agent Orange Use in Vietnam

"I'm not fighting for myself, but for my children and the millions of victims," explained plaintiff Tran To Nga.

Brett Wilkins, staff writer ·


Despite Court Ruling and Drift Concerns, EPA Approves Use of Dicamba Products on Soybeans and Cotton for Five Years

One critic charged that the agency "has shown such callous indifference to the damage dicamba has caused to farmers and wildlife alike."

Jessica Corbett, staff writer ·


Groundbreaking Study Shows Organic Diets Drastically Lower Glyphosate Levels in the Body

"We all have the right to food that is free of toxic pesticides."

Krissy Waite, editorial intern ·


Corporate Constitutional Rights are Cancerous to Democracy

We must take these public health choices out of the hands of corporate executives and put corporations in their proper place: subservient to public welfare.

Judy Young ·


'Vindication': Bayer Reaches $10 Billion Settlement Over Roundup Cancer Lawsuits

The deal includes $1.25 billion to cover potential future settlements.

Andrea Germanos, staff writer ·


Judge Rules California Requirement of Cancer Warning Label for Glyphosate Violates Corporate 'Free Speech'

The World Health Organization's cancer research arm classified glyphosate—the active ingredient in weed-killers like Bayer's Roundup—as probably carcinogenic for humans.

Jake Johnson, staff writer ·



Jury Awards $265M in Damages in Dicamba Trial Against Monsanto, BASF

After three weeks of arguments, the jury awarded the peach-farmer plaintiff $15 million in damages and $250 million in punitive damages against the chemical companies.

Johnathan Hettinger ·