That's now. Tomorrow is another story. And there's also the individual
person who operated the sprayer. If they own a home, the neighborly thing to
do would be to make them afraid they're going to lose it to settle the
Gee, doing that in Alaska will get you in big trouble. The
legislature just passed a statute about pesticide application
without notification. Some people are allergic to certain ag
chemicals, like me. (What's with people suddenly becoming
allergic to so many things these days? I can't even walk down
the laundry soap isle in the grocery store anymore, and I don't
have a bad case of "chemical sensitivity" or whatever they're
calling it this week.)
Your state will have some control over their licensed pesticide
applicators. Look at your state website and figure out which
agency licenses them. (It's Dept. of Environmental Conservation
in Alaska.) Call them. Then if you need more help than the licensing
agency can offer, call your local legislator and see if he/she will
Or something like that.
Correct in Utah as well. We live in a mosquito abatement area
(wetlands... in a high desert state yet!), and aerial pesticide spraying
happens every year. Well before spraying begins, all residents must be
notified of when and where spraying will done, and what agent will be
People are suddenly becoming sensitive to so many things because we are
exposed to so many things, much more than before. It's in everything we
eat, drink, wear and breathe.
Its the toxic crap they put in everything. Fragrances are an
unregulated industry, which is likely what's hitting you in the soap aisle.
Some of the chemicals they use are known sensitizers, ensuring that some
people are going to become allergic.
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