Protecting Maine lobsters by banning pesticides gets tepid support

AUGUSTA — A bill designed to protect Maine’s $340 million lobster industry by banning two pesticides that have been partially blamed for decimating lobster populations in New York and Connecticut is facing a headwind in the Legislature. Read [email protected]  20:51

One Response to Protecting Maine lobsters by banning pesticides gets tepid support

  1. Chris Scola says:

    The Maine Lobstermens Association needs to pull its collective heads out of their ass. Pesticides destroyed the Long Island Sound lobster fishery, which was one of the most productive in the country. If they think it couldnt happen their then they’re fooling themselves.

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