by Melanie Grimes, Natural News:
The city of San Diego, California recently initiated a lawsuit against Monsanto, home of GMO-produced foods, dangerous chemicals such as glyphosate and of course, denial.
The lawsuit was filed in federal court claiming that Monsanto is polluting the San Diego Bay. Officials from San Diego allege that chemicals, including polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), have been found in both water samples and in the tissues of marine life living in the area. The complaint also alleges that these Monsanto chemicals, some of which were banned over 30 years ago, are still active in the city’s waterways.
About San Diego’s lawsuit against Monsanto: The lawsuit claims that the contamination by Monsanto’s PCBs “affects all San Diegans and visitors who enjoy the Bay, who reasonably would be disturbed by the presence of a hazardous, banned substance in the sediment, water, and wildlife.”
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