Environmentalists renew fight to limit use of neonicotinoids in CT March 16, 2024

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“They hollow out ecosystems,’’ said Dr. Kathleen Nolan, a pediatrician and president of Physicians for Social Responsibility.
Nolan spoke last week at a conference at Trinity College in Hartford on the danger of neonicotinoids. The conference came as environmental advocates are again pushing the state General Assembly to limit the use in neonicotinoids in Connecticut.

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