State Representative Dylan A. Fernandes of Falmouth filed new legislation in the Massachusetts State House last Tuesday, September 5, aimed at giving towns a larger voice in what pesticides are used in their communities.

House bill HD.4228, an act empowering towns to protect their environment and residents from harmful pesticides, would give municipalities the ability to enact stronger regulations above and beyond existing statewide standards.

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