Long story short, my husband and I recently inherited a pretty big lawn care business (13 workers, 2 office people) after the untimely passing of his brother. He's getting the business side of things in order and I'm handling the office. So far, it's holding together better than we expected. (fingers crossed) Anyway, I keep reading about something that has me pretty worried. I see that people are winning all these multi-million dollar law suits because they got cancer from roundup (https://www.lawnsite.com/threads/protection-against-glyphosate.490958/). Are we giving our workers cancer? Are they going to sue us? Glyphosate seems to be the best AND cheapest thing available so our manager says we have to use it. I just want to make sure we're not making a mistake. Is this something you all worry about? Any alternatives you can recommend? Am I just overthinking this? A couple of our guys were joking about joining these law suits to get rich. I know it's a joke, I just worry.