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Monsanto Still Fighting California’s Carcinogen Listing for Glyphosate in Roundup

Monsanto Still Fighting California’s Carcinogen Listing for Glyphosate in Roundup November 21, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Fresno, CA: The manufacturer of Monsanto Roundup is not taking any assertion, accurate or otherwise that Roundup causes cancer, lying down. To that end, Monsanto Co. has joined forces with other agricultural industry groups in a lawsuit aimed squarely at the State of California and the identification by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) that a key ingredient in Roundup is known to cause cancer.
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Talc Expert Witnesses Struck from Witness List

Talc Expert Witnesses Struck from Witness List September 19, 2016. By Brenda Craig.
Montgomery, AL: The Beasley Allen law firm in Montgomery, Alabama has been at the forefront of personal injury and wrongful death cases launched against Johnson & Johnson over the effects of its longstanding talc based baby power product. It’s alleged that constant exposure to the product has caused ovarian cancer in women.
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Tough Talk from US District Judge for WEN Hair Loss Defendant

Tough Talk from US District Judge for WEN Hair Loss Defendant September 19, 2016. By Gordon Gibb.
Los Angeles, CA: We’re just a bit beyond the first anniversary of the first real test of a Wen Hair Loss lawsuit when, in July of last year, a California federal judge tore into a defendant he described as “insolent” for attempting to have the proposed class action dismissed.
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Companies in North Dakota Facing Fines over Drilling Mud Chemicals

Companies in North Dakota Facing Fines over Drilling Mud Chemicals June 16, 2011. By Charles Benson.
Bismarck, ND Nearly 20 companies conducting work in North Dakota's oil patch are facing significant fines after they allegedly did not prevent waste pits from flooding during the spring, potentially releasing drilling mud chemicals.
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North Dakota Woman Denied Workers Compensation after Bank Robbery Leaves Her Unable to Work

North Dakota Woman Denied Workers Compensation after Bank Robbery Leaves Her Unable to Work December 27, 2009. By Charles Benson.
Fargo, ND Edith Johnson, a 56-year-old bank teller, was denied workers compensation by the Workers Safety and Insurance board after a bank robbery left her emotionally unprepared to return to work.
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Questions Remain over Foodborne Illness in North Dakota

Questions Remain over Foodborne Illness in North Dakota December 22, 2009. By Gordon Gibb.
Bismarck, ND In the interest of public health, a December 16 editorial in the Bismarck Daily Tribune publicized three separate episodes of food poisoning that occurred in early summer.
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Businessman charged with financial fraud in two states

Businessman charged with financial fraud in two states September 27, 2009. By Charles Benson.
Bismark, ND Raymond Arjmand is reportedly facing several financial fraud lawsuits that involve properties he owns in California and North Dakota.
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Trucker Loses Leg and Career

Trucker Loses Leg and Career February 22, 2008. By Julia Browne.
Williston, ND Cory has been hanging around trucks for 25 years; driving them, repairing them, loading them. Never once did he come close to a truck accident. His luck ran out just before Christmas thanks to the inattention of another driver.
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