Bayer says it will address judges concerns at hearing
July 7, 2020 By Julie Harker Filed Under: Crops, News
The federal judge overseeing the Bayer settlement over RoundUp said Monday he was tentatively included to reject the company’s plan to create a class action for future litigation.
Bayer has said it will set up a scientific panel to
determine whether the glyphosate in RoundUp causes cancer while still allowing
users to make claims.
In a statement to Brownfield, Bayer says it appreciates the
Judge’s order raising his preliminary concerns with the proposed class
settlement which they take seriously. Bayer says it will address those concerns
at the preliminary approval hearing on July 24.”
A Bayer spokesman says this has no impact on a farmer’s
ability to spray and it doesn’t call into question the dicamba or PCB
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