This Feb. 7, 2007, file photo shows the Basel, Switzerland, headquarters and logo of the chemical-maker Syngenta. More than 1,000 U.S. communities and water districts that have spent millions of dollars over many years filtering atrazine, a common agricultural herbicide produced by Syngenta, out of their drinking water are welcoming their shares of a $105 million settlement with the company. Several recipients of the settlement funds, approved by an Illinois federal judge in October 2012, said this week they're mapping out what to do with that money, for now depositing it into their budgets' general fund. (AP Photo/Keystone, Georgios Kefalas, File)

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This Feb. 7, 2007, file photo shows the Basel, Switzerland, headquarters and logo of the chemical-maker Syngenta. More than 1,000 U.S. communities and water districts that have spent millions of dollars over many years filtering atrazine, a common agricultural herbicide produced by Syngenta, out of their drinking water are welcoming their shares of a $105 million settlement with the company. Several recipients of the settlement funds, approved by an Illinois federal judge in October 2012, said this week they're mapping out what to do with that money, for now depositing it into their budgets' general fund. (AP Photo/Keystone, Georgios Kefalas, File)
This Feb. 7, 2007, file photo shows the Basel, Switzerland, headquarters and logo of the chemical-maker Syngenta. More than 1,000 U.S. communities and water districts that have spent millions of dollars over many years filtering atrazine, a common agricultural herbicide produced by Syngenta, out of their drinking water are welcoming their shares of a $105 million settlement with the company. Several recipients of the settlement funds, approved by an Illinois federal judge in October 2012, said this week they're mapping out what to do with that money, for now depositing it into their budgets' general fund. (AP Photo/Keystone, Georgios Kefalas, File)
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