Of Chlorpyrifos and the EPA

Toxicology has advanced, but the agency responsible for its application, the EPA, currently appears to be in retreat.

EPA regulations protect our daily safety in numerous ways, and many Americans unwittingly put their trust in the agency’s decisions. Often, that trust is warranted. But recent advances in toxicology suggest that regulations based on earlier testing may not protect consumers from harmful chemical exposures. (Visual: )

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