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Hawaii Bans Toxic Pesticide Chlorpyrifos Linked to Neurological Damage in ChildrenâEUR¦ But ItâEUR(TM)s Legal in the Other 49 States An
Health & Wellness  (tags: abuse, children, drugs, ethics, healthcare, humans, government, disease, family, food, Body-Mind-Spirit, medicine, risks, safety, warning, nutrition, Hawaii, toxic pesticide, neurological, damage, american states )

Ricardo
- 21 hours ago - naturalnews.com
New legislation was recently signed into law by Hawaii Governor David Ige that prohibits the use of pesticides containing a toxic chemical known as chlorpyrifos, which has been shown to lower IQ levels in children. Senate Bill 3095 is the first
   

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