A woman with “children of the corn” written in Spanish on her chest attends a Mexico City protest in May against Monsanto’s agrochemicals and genetically modified seeds. The World Health Organization says Roundup, a Monsanto pesticide, probably causes cancer, and California officials are expected to add it to their list of carcinogens.
A woman with “children of the corn” written in Spanish on her chest attends a Mexico City protest in May against Monsanto’s agrochemicals and genetically modified seeds. The World Health Organization says Roundup, a Monsanto pesticide, probably causes cancer, and California officials are expected to add it to their list of carcinogens. Marco Ugarte The Associated Press
A woman with “children of the corn” written in Spanish on her chest attends a Mexico City protest in May against Monsanto’s agrochemicals and genetically modified seeds. The World Health Organization says Roundup, a Monsanto pesticide, probably causes cancer, and California officials are expected to add it to their list of carcinogens. Marco Ugarte The Associated Press

California needs to rid the Valley of cancer-causing pesticide

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