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FL, Orlando: Reproductive Rights for Farmworker Women: A Panel Discussion
WI: Presentation on The Fair Food Across Borders Campaign, via a Chiapas Media Project/Promedios Video Titled: Paying the Price: Migrant Workers in the Toxic Fields of Sinaloa and presentation
Invitation to President Obama's Special Visit with Farm Worker Movement
San Francisco Chronicle: Boxer rips EPA chief as bowing to industry
Los Angeles Times: Hot on Parkinson's Trail: Scientists have amassed evidence that long-term exposure to toxic compounds, especially pesticides, can trigger the neurological disease
Seattle Post : Intellegencer Farm Workers: Protect against pesticides
Santa Cruz Sentinel: California mulls controversial alternative to methyl bromide; some scientists protest, saying chemical is too toxic
San Francisco Chronic: Union says pesticides violate the law...
San Jose Mercury Ne: State shrinks buffer zone for use of pesticides
Los Angeles Tim: Pesticides May Harm Brain, Study Says - Health: Fetuses and young children in farm areas are at highest risk,research suggests, with intelligence, motor skills and personalities affected.
La Opinion (TRANSLATION) : Farmworkers become ill by effect of pesticides They still have not recovered from the compound Lorsban that they inhaled one week ago
Mother Jones Magazine: Migrants No More
Fresno Bee: Drifting into danger: Florez bill would help ameliorate problems with pesticides.
Seattle Times : Chemical exposure of farmworkers studied
Seattle Post -Intelligencer: Lawsuit over pesticides blames EPA
Santa Cruz Sentinal - Restrictions on pesticides may be eased
Napa Valley Register: Remembering Cesar Chavez
Alternet: How Many More Workers Will We Let Die in the Fields This Summer?
Los Angeles Times: EPA Drops Plan to Approve Pesticide
Tri-Valley Herald: Will there be enough workers?
Associated Press: Report says workers seen by pesticide sprayers
Yakima Herald Republic: Pesticide spraying issue returns