Lawyers for people with cancer have released documents proving that Monsanto was actually heavily involved in editing several "independent" studies on Roundup side effects.
Farmers who had crop damage as a result of dicamba drifting off the fields where it was sprayed have filed a class action lawsuit in federal court in St. Louis, Missouri.
Tennessee has become the fourth state in the nation to take action on dicamba, a pesticide that was illegally sprayed on crops throughout the mid-South in 2016.
B.F. Goodrich has been sued by residents of an Oklahoma town who say the company failed to warn them about toxic benzene chemical leaks into the groundwater.
Class action lawsuits have been filed by farmers who had crop damage as a result of illegal off-label spraying of dicamba herbicide on Monsanto's genetically-engineered soybeans in 2016.
Dicamba is a weed-killing chemical that is linked to colon cancer, lung cancer, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and other side effects. Farmers and neighbors who are exposed to "dicamba drift" may develop health problems.
Glyphosate, the plant-killing chemical in Monsanto's herbicide Roundup, will be added to a list of carcinogens in California.
A growing number of lawsuits have been filed in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana by people who were diagnosed with cancer or leukemia as a result of exposure to benzene.
Juries in Las Vegas, Nevada have awarded multi-million dollar verdicts to people with cancer from benzene, a toxic chemical that is found in many products.
Benzene lawsuits in Chicago, Illinois have ended in multi-million dollar jury verdicts to mechanics and other workers with leukemia who were exposed to toxic chemicals on the job.