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EPA Gets Vote of Confidence as Pesticide Fee Bill Approved

The House’s swift approval of a bill to allow the EPA to levy fees to support its pesticide licensing work is a rare vote of confidence in the often-maligned agency from the GOP-controlled Congress.

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