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Analyzing the Success of the Anti-Pesticide Movement in Hawaii
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|Title:||Analyzing the Success of the Anti-Pesticide Movement in Hawaii|
|Contributors:||Moore, Colin (advisor)|
Political Science (department)
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||In July 2018, SB 3095 relating to environmental protection was signed into law by Hawaii Governor David Ige. This bill contains the ‘first in the nation’ ban on chlorpyrifos, mandates reporting of all restricted use pesticides (RUPs), establishes a mandat|
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