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EPA’s Chlorpyrifos Review Does Not Alter Revocation Plan

EPA says its recently completed analysis of the potential human health risks of the pesticide chlorpyrifos, including exposures through drinking water, does not alter its plan to ban use of the substance on food, though the agency is seeking public input on its revised scientific analysis in advance of a March 31 legal deadline for a final decision.

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