Pesticide industry officials and environmentalists are waging competing claims over the public health risks from the world’s most commonly-used herbicide glyphosate in comments to a delayed EPA Science Advisory Panel (SAP), highlighting the challenge the panel faces in its pending work to assess evidence on the substance’s risks.
A pesticide industry source is arguing that EPA’s finding that glyphosate is unlikely to cause human cancers should spur the agency to expedite its long-delayed registration review of the substance rather than continue with a planned Scientific Advisory Panel (SAP) review on whether the world’s most commonly-used herbicide causes cancer.[…]Read More »
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The D.C. Court of Appeals today ruled the Occupational Safety and Health Administration violated the Occupational Safety and Health Act when it issued an enforcement memorandum on July 22, 2015, redefining the “retail facility” exemption to the Process Safety Management Standard. The Agricultural Retailers Association and The[…]Read More »