ESA Megasuit plaintiffs file amended complaint

June 2013
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;6/10/2013, p7
The article reports that plaintiffs taking part in the Endangered Species Act (ESA) Megasuit have filed an amended complaint after the Northern California District Court dismissed the legal action. The amended complaint still alleges that Environmental Protection Agency failed to consult with the Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service when registering pesticides, as mandated under the ESA. The amendment lists registration actions on 50 pesticide groups.


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