Ban Monsanto's glyphosate herbicide

Environmental Protection Agency

Monsanto's glyphosate herbicide (the main ingredient in RoundUp) has been declared a probable human carcinogen by the World Health Organization.

Internal documents prove that Monsanto knew glyphosate was dangerous as early as 1983. A jury ordered Monsanto to pay $289.2 million to one cancer patient exposed to glyphosate and $2 billion to a couple that also got cancer after being exposed to glyphosate. More than 13,000 other victims have filed suit.

After all this time and all this sickness, it's time to ban glyphosate nationwide.

I led the effort to ban glyphosate in my city, and I'm urging the EPA to follow our lead as soon as possible. And if this president won't do it, we'll call on the next president--and keep fighting until our kids are safe and free from cancer-causing herbicides and pesticides!

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Ban Monsanto's glyphosate herbicide now.