Alva and Alberta Piliiod used Bayer-Monsanto’s poisonous pesticide, glyphosate, for years. And now, this retired couple has cancer.
The couple bravely battled the pesticide giant in court, and finally a California jury has ordered Bayer to pay them $2 billion in damages.
And there are over 11,000 more people lining up to fight Bayer over the damage it’s poison has caused them.
That’s a lot of pay outs. And insurance companies that cover glyphosate sellers are getting spooked.
This could be our best chance yet: if you can get insurance companies to refuse to protect the sale of glyphosate, then no one will risk selling this poison anymore.
We’re going after North America’s biggest insurance company -- State Farm -- with ads in insider publications urging the insurance giant to stop covering glyphosate.
We know the insurance industry is already on edge. These ads could start the avalanche we need to get glyphosate out of fields once and for all. Can you make it happen?