A Good Target For EPA Reform

December 20, 2016

From: Townhall

The European Union and Canada have provided object lessons in how not to regulate these chemicals. Scott Pruitt and his new team over at EPA will certainly want to avoid their malpractices.


That minimizes impacts on beneficial insects – like crop-pollinating bees. They are barely exposed and thus unlikely to be harmed when neonic seed or soil treatments are used, in contrast to what often happens when manmade or “organic” chemicals are sprayed on crops. But despite this minimal risk, anti-pesticide activists have tried for years to blame neonics for recent honeybee health problems.

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