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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has a long history of discrimination against Black farmers.
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Chemical companies provide quarterly reports on production and sales figures to shareholders. Why shouldn’t the public and EPA receive similar reports every year about commonly used chemicals, some of which could pose a serious health risk?”