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EPA pesticide bans threaten you and the economy

August 21, 2014

In part because it does not use sound science to make its decisions, the Environmental Protection Agency has evolved over the years into a rogue government agency issuing thousands of regulations with the intent to control virtually every aspect of life

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In part because it does not use sound science to make its decisions, the Environmental Protection Agency has evolved over the years into a rogue government agency issuing thousands of regulations with the intent to control virtually every aspect of life in America, from agriculture to manufacturing. As a result, the EPA has become a serious threat to public health and economic progress.

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Alan Caruba — who passed away on June 16, 2015 — was a writer by profession and host of several Web sites and blogs, including Warning Signs, The National Anxiety Center, Caruba Editorial Services, and Bookviews by Alan Caruba.