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Geoffrey Mohan

Geoffrey Mohan joined the Los Angeles Times in 2001. He covered the Afghanistan and Iraq wars and was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team of the California wildfires in 2003. He served as an editor on the metro and foreign desks before returning to reporting in 2013. Currently, he's roaming the state in search of stories about farming and food.
California jury awards $289 million to man who claimed Monsanto's Roundup pesticide gave him cancer

A civil jury in San Francisco granted a $289 judgment to a groundskeeper who said his lymphoma resulted from years of applying Monsanto's trademarked Roundup insecticide, which did not include adequate warning of its links to cancer.

Bees are at risk from common crop pesticides, California study finds

Tons of neonicotinoid pesticides used on California's nuts, citrus fruit, berries, tomatoes and cucumbers pose a "significant" threat to bees and bee colonies, a California study concluded. The report could lead to more restrictions on their use.

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