Backed by agrochemical companies, the current administration and Congress are moving to curb the role of human health studies in regulation.
By Danny Hakim and Eric Lipton
Aug. 24, 2018
SALINAS, Calif. — José Camacho once worked the fields here in the Salinas Valley, known as “the Salad Bowl of the World” for its abundance of lettuce and vegetables. His wife still does.
But back in 2000, Mr. Camacho, who is 63, got an unusual phone call. He was asked if he wanted to work for a new project studying the effects of pesticides on the children of farm workers.
“This …read more