THE Environmental Protection Agency, which is tasked with registering all pesticides, keeps getting caught in the crosshairs of environmental groups that push for court orders to achieve their end goals.
The latest involves chlorpyrifos, one of the most widely used pest control products in the world.
In 2000, EPA announced an agreement with pesticide manufacturers to ban the application of chlorpyrifos in residential areas,
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