No cancer labels on Roundup, federal judge decides

California puts cancer warnings on lots of things. Power cords. Christmas lights. Parking lots. But not Roundup—the infamous pesticide that juries have found responsible for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in elderly people. On Monday, a federal judge ruled that the link between glyphosate, the pesticide’s active ingredient, and cancer was not “purely factual and non-controversial,” saying that the EPA and European agencies hadn’t found a connection.

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