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May 08, 2018

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azure

"“It’s very hard to understand why DPR would continue to place obstacles between the public and the information they need in order to protect themselves and their families,” Martinez said. “The 2016 data is a stark reminder of the magnitude of the pesticide exposure risk faced wherever food is grown in California, and especially the risk for children who are the most vulnerable to their devastating health impacts.”

Read, "A Bitter Fog" by Carol van Strum and you'll realize it's just business as usual, this time it's in CA, instead of OR, or MO or the feds. It's called the gov't supporting poisoning for profit because the profits of large corporations trump public health and welfare.

Rita

Hi Azure,

Yes, corporations seeking profits are guiding our nation's public policy. It's so unfortunate when it comes to pesticides because they are so toxic and harmful to humans, especially children.

Rita

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