Ban On Controversial Pesticide Begins Friday

Dow Chemical will be banned from selling Dursban, a controversial pesticide builders have used to protect new homes from termites that has been linked to studies citing neurological damage in young children and animals, beyond this Friday. The company lobbied the EPA last week for an extension of the ban, arguing those studies chlorphyrifos, the generic name for Dursban, were flawed. Dow's primary defense against these charges: Children are protected from exposure to the pesticide by...

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