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Judge orders California agricultural officials to stop pesticide use

LOS ANGELES - A judge has ordered California agricultural officials to stop spraying pesticides on public and private property to control insects that threaten the state's $45 billion agriculture industry.

The injunction by a Sacramento County Superior Court judge, issued late

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