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Preliminary injunction granted on California’s glyphosate labeling

Judge rules in favor of agriculture industry’s request to not demonize glyphosate labeling.

Citing harm to the nation's agricultural economy, Judge William Shubb of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California issued a preliminary injunction prohibiting California from implementing its “false and misleading” Proposition 65 labeling requirement for the herbicide glyphosate.

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