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Dow Chemical Asks Trump to Set Aside Pesticide Studies

Newsmax Friday, 21 April 2017
Dow Chemical is encouraging the Trump administration to pay no mind to government studies that found that pesticides known as organophosphates are harmful to some 1,800 threatened or endangered species.
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News video: Dow To Feds: Ignore Federal Research On Kid Brain-Harming Pesticides

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Dow Chemical is pushing the Trump administration to ignore the findings of federal scientists. Those scientists have pointed to a family of widely used pesticides as being harmful to about 1,800 critically threatened or endangered species. According to NBC News, Dow's CEO is a close adviser to...

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