Crop duster pilot Richard Deming of Kenny’s Crop Dusters brings his plane in low to spray fungicide on an orchard of nectarines north of Easton in this file photo. The ACLU wants the state to tighten regulations for pesticides applied to fields near schools.
Crop duster pilot Richard Deming of Kenny’s Crop Dusters brings his plane in low to spray fungicide on an orchard of nectarines north of Easton in this file photo. The ACLU wants the state to tighten regulations for pesticides applied to fields near schools. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Crop duster pilot Richard Deming of Kenny’s Crop Dusters brings his plane in low to spray fungicide on an orchard of nectarines north of Easton in this file photo. The ACLU wants the state to tighten regulations for pesticides applied to fields near schools. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee Staff Photo

ACLU: Valley children – especially Latinos – are most vulnerable to pesticides near schools

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