Tell the EPA to ban this harmful pesticide

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has long assured Americans that a certain level of exposure to chlorpyrifos -- a pesticide linked to brain damage in children -- is safe. But the study the EPA used to establish the "safe" level of chlorpyrifos was written by chemical company employed statisticians and never went through formal peer review. The results were dangerously wrong.

It's clear that chlorpyrifos is more dangerous than we knew -- and that it must be banned unless and until it can be proven safe. Send a message to EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler today.

Subject: Ban chlorpyrifos unless and until it is proven safe