A Texas Town is Poisoned, But No One is Responsible

The Texas Observer | July 3, 2007
A pesticide-processing plant that operated in South Mission from 1950 to 1972 is believed to be the cause of cancer and birth defects -- but since the facility closed, attempts to remove toxic residues and compensate residents have repeatedly foundered.

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