State bill would protect utility companies from liability for pesticide pollution: Federal wildlife officials raise alarm

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(Natural News) The Alaskan Senate is currently considering the passage of a bill that would exempt local power companies from being held accountable for the widespread contamination of the toxic pesticide called Penta in south-central Alaska, warned a KTOO article. Power lines throughout the state are supported by around 250,000 wooden poles. As protection against wood-boring…

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