Rally for Bill

A rally at Hawaii’s State Capital in Honolulu on Tuesday hoped to secure more support among senators there after a pesticides Bill was unanimously passed in the House.

The Bill next goes before the State Senate and if approved, goes to the Governor for signing.

The measure includes the mandatory disclosure of what people are being exposed to, no spray zones around schools, and a state-wide ban on the use of a neurotoxin called chlorpyrifos.

However, opponents of the Bill claim pesticides are safe, if used according to the instructions.