PORTLAND, Ore. - The Environmental Protection Agency missed its own deadlines for completing risk assessments in 2015 for atrazine, glyphosate and imidacloprid, three highly controversial, toxic and commonly used pesticides. The assessments are crucial to understanding the threats the pesticides pose to animals, people and the environment.
The EPA doesn't need Congress to defang it
It's a dab hand at self dentistry
Those working in the EPA would differ that they missed their deadlines. The EPA never had any intention of producing real science, on time. So how could they be late or wrong or anything deserving criticism?
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