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U.S. Government, 7 States Among 16 Parties To File Amicus Briefs In Monsanto’s Hardeman Appeal

WHIPPANY, N.J., December 23, 2019 –Bayer said today that six amicus briefs were filed in its appeal of the Hardeman case before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, representing 16 public, professional, trade and commercial entities. The briefs make arguments on a range of issues including federal preemption, Daubert standards, and the admissibility of expert […]

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A Scientific Roundup

Wall Street Journal | By Editorial Board
Perhaps you’ve read that science should rule when determining environmental standards. So why aren’t progressives cheering an Environmental Protection Agency order declaring that the chemical glyphosate doesn’t cause cancer?

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Finally, Some Sanity About Roundup

Drug & Device Law Blog | By James M. Beck
Given EPA’s determination that glyphosate is “not likely to be carcinogenic to humans,” EPA considers the Proposition 65 language based on the chemical glyphosate to constitute a false and misleading statement. As such, pesticide products bearing the Proposition 65 warning statement due to the presence of glyphosate are misbranded pursuant to section 2(q)(1)(A) of FIFRA. . . . The warning statement must be removed from all product labels. . . .