House committee defoliates NIH funding for WHO program that declares weedkiller Roundup a carcinogen

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The House Committee on Appropriations has withheld funding for the WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer—which receives about $2 million from the United States per year—because of controversy over the agency’s label for glyphosate, a chemical commonly used in weedkillers.

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