Judge rules California can place cancer warning on Roundup

Monsanto said it will continue to challenge proposed ruling "on the basis of science and the law."

A Fresno County, Cal., judge has said California can require Monsanto to label its Roundup as a possible cancer threat, which would allow California to be the first state to order such labeling if it carries out the proposal.

California looked to include Roundup as part of its Proposition 65 listing after the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) – a branch of the U.N. World Health Organization – classified the chemical as a “probably human carcinogen.&r

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