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Printed for the use of the Committee on the Judiciary

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

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WASHINGTON : 1985

COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

PETER W. RODINO, JR., New Jersey, Chairman JACK BROOKS, Texas

HAMILTON FISH, JR., New York ROBERT W. KASTERNMEIER, Wisconsin CARLOS J. MOORHEAD, California DON EDWARDS, California

HENRY J. HYDE, Illinois JOHN CONYERS, Jr., Michigan

THOMAS N. KINDESS, Ohio JOHN F. SEIBERLING, Ohio

HAROLD S. SAWYER, Michigan ROMANO L. MAZZOLI, Kentucky

HAROLD LUNGREN, California WILLIAM J. HUGHES, New Jersey

DAN LUNGREN, California SAM B. HALL, JR., Texas

F. JAMES SENSENBRENNER, JR., MIKE SYNAR, Oklahoma

Wisconsin PATRICIA SCHRODEDER, Colorado

BILL McCOLLUM, Florida DAN GLICKMAN, Kansas

E. CLAY SHAW, JR., Florida BARNEY FRANK, Massachusetts

GEORGE W. GEKAS, Pennsylvania GEO: W. CROCKET, JR., Michigan

MICHAEL DEWINE, Ohio
CHARLES E. SCHUMER, New York
BRUCE A. MORRISON, Connecticut
EDWARD F. FEIGHAN, Ohio
LAWRENCE J. SMITH, Florida
HOWARD L. BERMAN, California
FREDERICK C. BOUCHER, Virginia

ALAN A. PARKER, General Counsel

GARNER J. CLINE, Staff Director
ALAN F. COFFEY, Jr., Associate Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON CRIME

WILLIAM J. HUGHES, New Jersey, Chairman CHARLES E. SCHUMER, New York

HAROLD S. SAWYER, Michigan BRUCE A. MORRISION, Connecticut

E. CLAY SHAW, JR., Florida EDWARD F. FEIGHAN, Ohio

F. JAMES SENSENBRENNER, JR., LAWRENCE J. SMITH, Florida

Wisconsin
HAYDEN W. GREGORY, Counsel
ERIC E. STERLING, Assistant Counsel
CHARLENE VANLIER, Associate Counsel

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HEARINGS HELD

WITNESSES

Akesson, Norman B., professor, University of California-Davis ......

78

Prepared statement

82

Cavalli, Richard D., toxicologist, Chevron Chemical Co...........

61

Combs, Rod, sergeant, Arkansas State Police

172

Prepared statement.

177

DiCarlo, Dominick, Assistant Secretary, Department of State, Bureau of

International Narcotics Matters

118

Prepared statement

119

Foege, William, M.D., Director, Center for Disease Control.

4

Prepared statement

20

Foell, Richard H., national product manager, herbicides, Chevron Chemical

Co

61

Prepared statement

64

Helsley, Steve, chief, bureau of narcotics enforcement, California Department

of Justice, Campaign Against Marijuana Planting

172

Prepared statement.

184

Johnson, Edwin, Director, Office of Pesticide Programs, Environmental Pro-

tection Agency

207

Prepared statement

209

Landrigan, Philip J., M.D., National Institute for Occupational Safety and

Health......

4

Lavy, T.L., pesticide research, Altheimer Laboratory, University of Arkansas.. 78

Prepared statement.

91

Middleton, Frederick S., III, senior staff attorney, Sierra Club Legal Defense

Fund, Inc...

192

Prepared statement

195

Miles, Jerome A., Deputy Chief, Department of Agriculture..

142

Prepared statement

159

Monastero, Frank, Assistant Administrator, Drug Enforcement Administra-

tion ....

4, 142

Prepared statements.

13, 144
Ritsch, Robert, Assistant Director, Technical Services, Department of the
Interior, Bureau of Land Management..

142

Prepared statement

162

Taylor, Clyde D., Deputy Assistant Secretary, Department of State, Bureau of

International Narcotics Matters ..

118

Tschirley, Fred, pesticide specialist, Michigan State University

78

Prepared statement

98

Turner, Carlton, Office of Drug Abuse Policy, The White House

4

Prepared statement

7

ADDITIONAL MATERIAL

“Airborne Law Enforcement Role, Marijuana Eradication Program in Arkan-

sas” (article), by Trooper John A. Sparks, pilot-investigator, Arkansas State

Police

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