Organic Failure Documented in Connecticut | AN ACT CONCERNING PESTICIDES ON SCHOOL GROUNDS, PARKS, PLAYGROUNDS, ATHLETIC FIELDS AND MUNICIPAL GREENS AND BANNING THE SALE AND USE OF GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED LAWN OR TURF SEEDS.

Gideon Forman Is Wrong,

Chip Osborne Is Wrong,

Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents:  School officials have used more expensive and labor-intensive organic treatments, which have proven ineffective. Many fields have been extensively damaged or are even unplayable, compromising student safety. Additionally the ban has led to problems with pests, diseases and invasives like poison ivy.

 

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EcoJustice | Devon Page | Free Legal Services | Free Representation | Unlimited Budget |

Attention: Tony Mitra and Shery McCumsey Here is your chance, Free Free Free. EcoJustice will Represent you in COURT against the Canadian Government and the Industry Monsanto, Syngenta, BASF, Dupont, etc.. Absolutely FREE!!! Imagine getting everyone in the world tested for Hidden Glyphosate Residues !! And the TaxPayers will pay for the Court Costs, Legal Fees and the Tests !!   Shutting down advances in technology and Industry itself will save us from certain death it seems.  

Oh by the way Did you get your Blood and Urine test results back yet?? 

Ever Heard of Toxic Nation????  Rick Smith – Environmental Defence already played this game…. The guy with the highest level of fire retardants died first, Jack Layton.  Hudson Quebec was his home town.  The one with the highest level of farm pesticides Ex-Liberal John Godfrey is still alive. TrackBack Here:

Sheryl McCumseyApril 11, 2014 at 20:26 - Reply

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NRDC | Getting ready to Sue EPA | The bee situation is DIRE Says Jennifer Sass


Natural Resources Defense Council pushes EPA to review neonics, initiate ban

Published on: Jul 15, 2014

The Natural Resources Defense Council has asked the U.S. EPA to ban neonicotinoid pesticides on concerns that they can contribute to honeybee colony loss and the decline of other pollinators.

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