Trial lawyer Melanie Benesh of Environmental Working Group has created a new top list - this time it's ways the U.S. government (well, only Republicans, it is EWG and they make a lot of money suing and settling when Democrats are in the White House) has “undermined chemical safety,” which includes not banning chlorpyrifos, claiming she has evidence of risk to children.

The attorney did not cite what evidence that was, but lawyers don't need evidence. They will pay activists like Texas A&M Department of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences Professor Ivan Rusyn to testify that mouse studies and statistical correlation are enough. 

Like their Dirty Dozen list, which conveniently never mentions the pesticides used by their organic industry clients, what isn't made up is exaggerated for theatrical purposes.