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* 1. Should the U.S. follow the lead of Germany and Austria and pledge to ban glyphosate?

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* 2. A San Francisco jury recently found Monsanto liable for causing a school groundskeeper’s cancer. They ordered the pesticide giant to pay $289 million in damages. Do you agree that Monsanto should be held responsible for the harm caused by its carcinogenic herbicide Roundup?

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* 3. In early 2017, unsealed court documents revealed possible collusion between Monsanto and the EPA to cover up the carcinogenic risks of glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup. Does this make you:

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* 4. Following a conversation with Dow Chemical’s CEO, President Trump’s first EPA administrator Scott Pruitt reversed a ban on chlorpyrifos, a dangerous pesticide used on our food that can cause brain damage in children. How concerned are you that the government is prioritizing the demands of the pesticide industry and unnecessarily exposing Americans to toxic synthetic pesticides?

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* 5. A Monsanto executive recently attacked EWG, calling our Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™ “propaganda.” EWG is fighting back against Monsanto and other corporations that put profits before public health. How important is it to you that we keep working to hold corporations accountable for using dangerous chemicals?

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* 6. Monsanto-backed Big Ag groups are trying to stop California from labeling glyphosate as a carcinogen, claiming that it is “misleading” and “false." How concerned does this make you?

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* 7. EWG is in danger of missing its 2019 budget goals which would make it impossible for us to continue working to protect your health. With the rollback of dozens of environmental protections, our work is more important than ever. Can you donate $10 or more now to get your copy of the Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™ and make sure EWG can continue fighting relentlessly for your health and the environment?

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