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Saturday, July 1, 2000

View and Download the report here: Prime Suspects

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Thursday, June 29, 2000

Half of major industrial water polluters in California are operating with expired pollution permits, according to state and federal data analyzed by Environmental Working Group (EWG) and Friends of the Earth (FOE).

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Thursday, June 29, 2000

Half of major industrial water polluters in California are operating with expired pollution permits, according to state and federal data analyzed by Environmental Working Group (EWG) and Friends of the Earth (FOE).

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Saturday, April 1, 2000

View and Download the report here: Lead Astray

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Wednesday, March 1, 2000

View and Download the report here: Failing Grades

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Wednesday, March 1, 2000

View and Download the report here: Moms and Pops

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Wednesday, March 1, 2000

View and Download our full report here: A Few Bad Apples

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Thursday, November 18, 1999

Californians are unknowingly spreading fertilizers made from toxic waste to farm fields and home gardens, according to state and independent tests. Even though these products may exceed state standards defining hazardous waste, the State of California is proposing new rules that would legalize the practice of "recycling" toxic waste.

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Wednesday, November 3, 1999

Group Touts Federal Action Against Dirty, Coal-Burning Plants

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Monday, November 1, 1999

Scientists and government officials, including a blue ribbon panel of the National Academy of Sciences, are growing increasingly concerned about the health threat that mercury contamination of commonly eaten fish may pose to the delicate, rapidly developing nervous systems of fetuses, infants and young children.

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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

View and Download the report here: Polluter Privilege

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Thursday, July 29, 1999
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Thursday, July 1, 1999

View and Download the report here: Into the Mouths of Babes

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Thursday, July 1, 1999

View and Download our report here: Up In Smoke

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Wednesday, June 30, 1999

Atrazine, the most heavily used herbicide in the United States, is a cancer-causing weed killer applied to 50 million acres of corn each year. After it is applied each spring, it runs off cornfields and through drinking water plants into the tap water of millions of Midwestern homes.

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Tuesday, June 1, 1999

View and Download the report here: From Bureaucrats to Fat Cats

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Saturday, May 1, 1999

View and Download the report here: Reading, Writing and Risk

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Friday, February 12, 1999

View and Download the report here: Ban Methyl Parathion Now

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Monday, February 1, 1999

View and Download the report here: How 'Bout Them Apples

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Monday, February 1, 1999

Ten years after a consumer revolt against apples treated with the carcinogen Alar prompted a ban on the chemical, children are no better protected from pesticides in the nation's food supply, according to government data on the pesticides most often found in kids' favorite foods. A new study by EWG shows apples, as well as some other fruits and vegetables, are so contaminated parents should consider substituting items known to be lower in pesticides.

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