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house Bill H.R. 2692

Banning Insecticides That Harm Bees And Other Pollinators

Argument in favor

Suspending the use of these insecticides until the EPA can determine if they are killing bees is a wise move that could save a vital asset to our environment, and the country’s agriculture industry.

Donald's Opinion
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11/10/2016
Because of the need to show what the insecticide(s) that are killing the pollinators all use of all pollinator killing insecticides should be stopped. Until the specific insecticide that insecticide(s) is shown to be killing these important species is found.
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Argument opposed

Bees are dying everywhere, not just in places where insecticides are used. Finding out the cause of the bee deaths makes sense, but hurting the agriculture industry in the process is foolish.

Klarion's Opinion
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11/01/2017
So I have to debate this topic for congress...I've had to do extensive research and all of the scientific research points to the opposite. Yes bees are extremely important to our agriculture, but This bill attacks the wrong chemicals.
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  • Not enacted
    The President has not signed this bill
  • The senate has not voted
  • The house has not voted
      house Committees
      Committee on Agriculture
      Biotechnology, Horticulture, and Research
    IntroducedJuly 16th, 2013
    Because of the need to show what the insecticide(s) that are killing the pollinators all use of all pollinator killing insecticides should be stopped. Until the specific insecticide that insecticide(s) is shown to be killing these important species is found.
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    No bees? No food.
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    So I have to debate this topic for congress...I've had to do extensive research and all of the scientific research points to the opposite. Yes bees are extremely important to our agriculture, but This bill attacks the wrong chemicals.
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