California rejects sweeping pesticide program | Pesticide Action Network

PAN joined 10 other public health, conservation and food-safety organizations, as well as the City of Berkeley, to sue the state over this program. The court ruling found CDFA “significantly” understated the amount of pesticide it uses. CDFA also failed to provide protections for waterways, bees, and other pollinators  and the agency didn’t properly inform the public about the risks of spraying.

Source: California rejects sweeping pesticide program | Pesticide Action Network