Gov. Cuomo has only a few more days to sign a bill to ban chlorpyrifos, a toxic pesticide harmful to public health and the environment. Signing the bill into law is essential for protecting farmworkers' and children's rights, health and safety. As a children's rights researcher at Human Rights...

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