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Bayer looks into Monsanto stakeholder lists

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Bayer is investigating the fact that Monsanto kept stakeholder lists of people that were for and against their use of pesticides and genetically modified organisms (GMO).  These lists were also separated by country so that Monsanto would specifically know who to lobby to for legislation to keep their products like RoundUp on store shelves all over the world even though the products have been shown to cause cancer.

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    • Not everything causes cancer, but the overuse of anything can be harmful. The problem with Monsanto is that they knew their products would cause cancer, but decided to sell their products without caring about their customers becoming stricken with cancer.

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