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A dozen lawmakers join fight against herbicides

Coalition says use along state roads poses health risk

Environmental groups have written a letter to Bernard Cohen (above), the state's secretary of transportation and construction, asking that he use other methods to control vegetation. Environmental groups have written a letter to Bernard Cohen (above), the state's secretary of transportation and construction, asking that he use other methods to control vegetation.
By April Simpson
Globe Staff / August 15, 2007

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WORCESTER -- A dozen lawmakers have allied themselves with a coalition of environmental groups to protest the use of herbicides to control vegetation along state roadways. (Full article: 511 words)

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