In 1996, the EPA was ordered to test pesticides for impacts on people’s hormones. They still don’t.
My latest piece for Environmental Health News was published yesterday, 2/27. It covers a lawsuit recently filed against the EPA for its failure to administer a program created through an act of Congress way back in 1996. After nearly three decades, the program still hasn't gotten off the ground, but a group of nonprofits and other NGOs led by the Center for Food Safety is hoping its suit, filed in December, will force the EPA to finally make good on its promise to test all pesticides for endocrine disruption. Read the full story here.
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