Regulators’ failures expose Hawaiians to toxic pesticides, violating their civil rights
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Regulators’ failures expose Hawaiians to toxic pesticides, violating their civil rights

The Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA) and the Agribusiness Development Corporation’s (ADC’s) failure to limit pesticide exposure disproportionately harms Native Hawaiians in West Kauai and on Molokai, who live in great numbers and proportions near spraying operations. These pesticides pollute the air, soil and water resources that these communities rely upon. Read More

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