After Chlorpyrifos: What Comes Next?

After Chlorpyrifos: What Comes Next?

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA: What comes next after the ban of one of California’s most widely-used agricultural pesticides? Today the Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) released recommendations from a workgroup convened by Governor Newsom last May to find...

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Dear DPR Director Dolcini: The Public Has The Right To Know!

June 30, 2020 Director Val Dolcini via email val.dolcini@cdpr.ca.gov Dear Director Dolcini, Thank you for meeting with us on June 11 to discuss the need to establish the right to know in advance about nearby hazardous agricultural pesticide use in California. As you...

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"If a pregnant woman had high exposure to pesticides there’s a chance her baby could have a lower IQ level — almost 7 points lower, similar to lead poisoning. Researchers found links between pesticide exposure and respiratory illness, developmental disorders, and attention problems like ADHD. After all, these are toxins designed to shut down the nervous systems of insects."

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Don’t forget the glyphosate, 2,4-D, atrazine etc..and birth defects.

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