The Environmental Protection Agency will no longer approve product labels that claim glyphosate is known to cause cancer. California’s Prop 65 resulted in labeling requirements, but EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler said it is “irresponsible” to put inaccurate labels on products. According to the latest EPA review, the popular weed killer is not a carcinogen.
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