The man who won a $289 million verdict in a landmark case against Monsanto over claims that regular exposure to the company’s Roundup weed killer gave him cancer told CBS This Morning he sued the company because he wanted to warn others about the dangers of Roundup, and “you can’t just die for nothing.” DeWayne “Lee” Johnson worked as a groundskeeper for a Bay-area school district beginning in 2012. Part of his job entailed spraying Roundup and Ranger Pro weed killers 20 to 30 times a year for hours a day. Roundup and Ranger Pro are both made by Monsanto ... Read More
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