The Environmental Protection Agency announced that it will not ban the use of a pesticide called chlorpyrifos, which is used on fruit, vegetables, nuts, and soybeans. That’s despite research showing chlorpyrifos can have harmful effects on children’s brains.
EPA won't ban chlorpyrifos, despite harmful effects on kids
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