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Brazilian lawmakers seek to deregulate pesticide use and ban sale of organic produce in major supermarkets
by Jill Langlois, Special Correspondent
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12 August 2018
On 12 August 2018 Los Angeles Times reported:
Brazilian lawmakers ... have resuscitated pro-pesticide legislation that had languished well over a decade. The main proposal was dubbed the 'poison package' by environmentalists when it was introduced in 2002. It would severely reduce the role of health and environment authorities in authorizing new pesticides, leaving the job to the Agriculture Ministry. A second bill would ban the sale of organic foods to supermarkets and other major retail outlets. It was approved in early July by an agriculture commission in the lower house but must get through another congressional commission before a full vote.
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