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INVENTORY of FARMWORKER ISSUES and PROTECTIONS in the UNITED STATES - MARCH 2011, by BON APPÉTIT MANAGEMENT COMPANY FOUNDATION UNITED FARM WORKERS
Congressional Budget Office: The Role of Immigrants in the U.S. Labor Market: An Update
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention: Heat-Related Deaths Among Crop Workers --- United States, 1992--2006
Union of Concerned Scientists: Interference at the EPA - Science and Politics at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
US House of Representatives Commitee of Oversight & Government Reform, March 2008: FDA & Fresh Spinach Safety
September 24th letter to EPA director Stephen Johnson by 54 prominent scientists warning that the cancer causing chemical is too dangerous to be used as a pesticide and urging EPA to delay registration and conduct an independent review of the agency’s assessment of the pesticide.
PANNA's Methyl Iodide Page
PANNA's Fumigant Pesticides Page
February, 2007: Environmental Health Perspectives:Case Report - Three Farmworkers Who Gave Birth to Infants with Birth Defects Closely Grouped in Time and Place - Florida and North Carolina 2004-2005
Dec. 2006: Attorney General to Farm Worker Movement: ‘all the allegations deemed by our office to require investigation were…found to be without merit’
Poisons on the Wind: Pesticide Drift Catching in the Yakima Valley, Washington
Department of Labor: The National Agricultural Workers Survey
Jan. 2006: Detailed 101 page point-by-point response from the UFW to Miriam Pawel's LA Times piece
Executive Summary en Espanol
Puzzled by the LA Times: More information regarding the UFW's response to the LA Times
CA Endowment White Papers on Agricultural Workers Health
California's San Joaquin Valley: A Region in Transition, 2005
Chemical Trespass: Pesticides in Our Bodies and Corporate Accountability, 2004
Fields of Poison 2002: California Farmworkers and Pesticides, by California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO and Pesticide Action Network, 2002. 80 pages, English and Spanish combined in one volume. - Report - Executive summary (English)
Fields of Poison 2002: California Farmworkers and Pesticides, by California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO and Pesticide Action Network, 2002. 80 pages, English and Spanish combined in one volume. - Report (English)
Fields of Poison 2002: California Farmworkers and Pesticides, by California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO and Pesticide Action Network, 2002. 80 pages, English and Spanish combined in one volume. - Report - Executive summary (Spanish)
Fields of Poison 2002: California Farmworkers and Pesticides, by California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO and Pesticide Action Network, 2002. 80 pages, English and Spanish combined in one volume. - Report (Spanish)
Cancer Incidence in the United Farmworkers of America (UFW), 1987-1997, Cancer Registry of Central California (CRCC), November 2001