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Agrimarketing : Crop Life America
• Endocrine Disruption Work Group • Endocrine Issue Management Team • Environmental Exposure Work Group • Environmental Risk Assessment Committee • Epidemiology and Human Health Work Group • Federal Affairs Committee • Homeland Security • Human Health and Risk Assessments Committee • Inerts Steering Committee • Insecticide Resistance Action • Insecticide Resistance Action Committee-U.S. • Intellectual Property Law Committee • Joint Industry Task Force on Inerts • Law Committee • NAFTA Industry Work Group • Nanotechnology • Pesticide Policy Coalition • Registration Committee • Residue Experts Work Group • Spray Drift Issues Management Team • State Affairs Committee • Stewardship Committee • Tariff Reduction Steering Committee KEY 2008 EVENTS LEGISLATIVE RALLY CLA hosts the 2008 Legislative Rally February 27 in Washington, D.C., This annual event will provide mem- ber leaders with updates on the key crop protection issues of 2008 and also set the stage for one-on-one interaction between CLA members and key members of Congress. Focal points of the 2008 rally include Farm Bill resolution, pesticide container recycling, food safety, EPA's Endocrine Disruptor Screening Pro- gram, and the Endangered Species and Clean Water Acts. SPRING CONFERENCE CropLife America and Informa Life Sciences are hosting a Spring regula- tory conference, "Regulation of Crop Protection Chemicals in the U.S.," which takes place April 8-9, 2008, in Washington, D.C. The conference will feature 30 distinguished speakers, including seven from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Topics such as pesticide risk assessments for endan- gered species, endocrine screening and maximum residue levels are on the agenda. The program is designed CURRENT ACTIVITIES/continued from page 8 10 AgriMarketing CropLife America Supplement Representatives of ag commodity groups met in the CLA offices to discuss federal legislative issues. (more on page 12) Participating in the 2006 Annual Meeting held in Orlando, FL, were (l to r) Jay Vroom, CLA; Don Young, Ducks Unlimited; Steve Johnson, EPA Administrator, and Allen James, RISE. Attending a meeting on the reauthorization of the Pesticide Registration Improvement Act (PRIA) were (l to r) Jay Vroom, CLA; Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA), and Chris Cathcart, Consumer Specialty Products Association.
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