The EPA recently declared that Monsanto's cancer-linked weedkiller, glyphosate, is safe. But now the agency has asked the public to weigh in.
The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer declared glyphosate a probable human carcinogen in 2015. Since then, local communities and countries across the globe have begun to take action to protect people from glyphosate. But not the EPA.
Recently released court documents have exposed Monsanto's attempts to collude with the EPA to cover up glyphosate's cancer-linked risks. It's time to force the EPA to face the truth and take action to protect Americans from glyphosate.
We need 100,000 signatures by September 3 if we're going to get the EPA to start standing up for public health instead of pesticide industry profits.
Monsanto's glyphosate is NOT safe!
This cancer-linked chemical shouldn't be anywhere near our food, parks or schools. I urge you to listen to independent research – not Monsanto's propaganda – and take action to protect Americans from glyphosate's carcinogenic risks.