The decision from U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria of the Northern District of California on Wednesday to reject a proposed $2 billion class action settlement over Roundup didn’t come lightly. Chhabria gave the lawyers nine questions to consider ahead of an approval hearing, which lasted nearly an entire day, during which he grilled them with more questions.

In the end, Chhabria wasn’t satisfied with the answers he got. In his May 26 order, the judge outlined his concerns—everything from the “garbled” notice program to the “vastly overstated” compensation fund.

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