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An Avoidable Death: Why We Need Strong Food-Safety Standards

U.S. veteran Paul A. Schwarz, Jr. died from eating a piece of cantaloupe in a fruit cup—all because of a lack of food-safety protections.

Shown to be toxic to kids, chlorpyrifos is nevertheless still being sprayed on crops across the country—and making its way into our bodies. So why has the EPA refused to ban it?

For drinking water, flood control, climate defense, habitat protection, fishing, swimming, and, of course, craft beer.

Jeff Ruch has the backs of worried (and outraged) federal environmental workers hanging on in a Trump world.