Roundup weed killer is a cancer-causing carcinogen.

California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has declared that glyphosate weed killer is a known, cancer-causing carcinogen that will be added to the scope of Proposition 65.
California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has declared that glyphosate weed killer is a known, cancer-causing carcinogen that will be added to the scope of Proposition 65.
Monsanto sued California to try to stop the listing, but failed. Monsanto’s challenge was unsuccessful in the trial court. Although the case has been appealed, no stay of the listing has been granted. Therefore, glyphosate is being added to the Proposition 65 list on July 7, 2017.

Don’t think this has anything to do with you?
Think again.
The flour in your bread and many other crops you ingest are soaked in glyphosate just days before harvest. Your local government authorities spray glyphosate around like water – in children’s playgrounds and near streams and rivers that lead to reservoirs and the water you drink.

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