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Urge your state senator to vote YES on SB500 to #BanChlorpyrifos

In 2015, the EPA was set to ban the pesticide chlorpyrifos after years of study proved it to be too dangerous for use. Incoming EPA Administrator Pruitt reversed this decision, but Maryland can ensure protections, even if the EPA doesn’t.

Chlorpyrifos is a highly toxic, nerve agent pesticide proven to cause brain damage in children and harm the environment and wildlife. After years of scientific review, EPA determined chlorpyrifos to have no safe levels of exposure for humans. EPA was in process of banning it federally, then EPA Administrator Pruitt reversed his agency’s decision. Help our legislators protect Maryland—send them an email now.


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