Two Democratic members of Congress want the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s inspector general to investigate Administrator Scott Pruitt’s decision to reject a petition to ban the pesticide chlorpyrifos.
As the month of July drew to a close, 13 official complaints of dicamba drift have been reported to the North Carolina of Agriculture, but the number of official complaints could increase, which is why North Carolina State University is continuing to urge careful stewardship of the technology. Read[…]Read More »
Senate Republicans on Thursday again used their majority to suspend committee rules and push through another Trump administration nominee, Scott Pruitt to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, bypassing Democrats who for the second day had refused to show up for a vote on his nomination. Read moreRead More »