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Tell DC Councilmembers to Bring Pesticide Reforms Over the Finish Line!

This past Tuesday, the Washington D.C. City Council passed the first reading of critical reforms to the city's pesticide law. Introduced by Councilmember Mary Cheh, the amendment to the city's current pesticide policy would clarify its intent to protect children and the environment by restricting and requiring reporting of toxic pesticides near schools, child-occupied facilities, waterbody-contingent property, and District property.

The final reading of the bill is scheduled for December 20th. In order to ensure its passage, and the protection of children and the District's water supply from toxic pesticides, Councilmembers need to hear from you!
Please send a letter to your legislator by signing your name below.


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