California judge dismisses Endangered Species Act 'Mega' lawsuit

Laws, Forrest
April 2013
Southwest Farm Press Exclusive Insight;4/26/2013, p2
The article informs that U.S. District Court judge Joseph C. Spero in California has ruled that environmental activist groups, Center for Biological Diversity and the Pesticide Action Network North America, do not have sufficient evidence to proceed the case against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It is noted that the plaintiffs alleged that federal registrations had been awarded by the EPA for various crop protection chemicals that put endangered species at risk.


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