Company behind Roundup weed killer pays $10B settlement

Bayer, the makers of the pesticide, agreed to a deal involving nearly 95,000 cases after it was accused of causing cancer.
0:14 | 06/24/20

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Next today here bear the makers of roundup agreeing to a ten billion dollar settlement involving about 95000 cases. The popular weed killer accused of causing cancer the settlement includes money for future claims the company still insists roundup is safe.

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