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Canada Finds Glyphosate in Grains, U.S. Chooses Not to Look

Cornucopia’s Take: Given glyphosate’s suspected effect on human health at even very small levels, Canada’s finding of glyphosate in …

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Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were

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