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US jurors who ordered Bayer legacy company Monsanto to pay a former school groundskeeper $289 million for failing to warn of the cancer-causing potential of its herbicides are urging a San Francisco judge not to reverse their decision.
A US federal judge has agreed to keep a dicamba drift lawsuit brought by a Missouri peach farmer against Bayer legacy company Monsanto and BASF separate from an array of class actions filed by soybean farmers whose crops were allegedly harmed by the herbicide.
US environmentalists are pressing a federal court to vacate the registration of Dow Agrosciences' Enlist Duo herbicide, (glyphosate + 2,4-D choline), arguing that the US EPA's review of the product was inadequate.
Monsanto and US ag groups representing growers and sellers of wheat, maize and soybeans, are urging a federal court to reject California’s request to stay their legal challenge of the state’s decision to list glyphosate as a carcinogenic chemical.
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