REPORT COMMENDS PESTICIDE SAFETY RULES

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Existing California and federal pesticide regulatory programs "adequately protect infants and children from pesticide residue risks," according to the results of a year-long study released here. Nonetheless, the findings suggest there is still room for improvement.The report, "A Joint Review of Existing Federal and State Pesticide Registration and Food Safety Programs," was prepared

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Existing California and federal pesticide regulatory programs "adequately protect infants and children from pesticide residue risks," according to the results of a year-long study released here. Nonetheless, the findings suggest there is still room for improvement.

The report, "A Joint Review of Existing Federal and State Pesticide Registration and Food Safety Programs," was prepared by the Pesticide Exposure to Children Committee, a working group formed by the C

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