What Happens When We Stop Listening to Monsanto

  • The failure of the Department of Health to regularly monitor air, water, soils and surfaces for pesticides applied near sensitive areas, like schools.
  • The failure of the Department of Agriculture to provide the Department of Health with timely and comprehensive pesticides sale and use data.
  • The failure of the Departments of Health and Agriculture to sufficiently engage with the Department of Education regarding the concerns of faculty, students and families about pesticide drift and exposure on and near school campuses.

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