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An executive representing four agricultural sector self-insured workers’ comp groups called on California state officials to stop the continuing bee die-off that he said threatens $6 billion worth of crops in the state.

Joe Wheeler, vice president of Ontario, Calif.-based Self Insured Solutions’ complained that “nobody is working on a solution” to save the bee-pollinated crop in 2007. Commercial bee colonies “are dying off at a rate of up to 60 percent in California,” he said.

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