AR Senate Bill 359 Would Require A Known Chemical That Causes Malfunctioning Of The Organs Into Municipal Drinking Water In Arkansas.
Senate Bill 359, an Act to mandate the Arkansas water systems in maintaining a level of fluoride, has passed in the Arkansas Senate and is headed to the Arkansas House Legislature.
Please join us at the State Capitol, Tuesday, March 1, 2011 in Room 130 at 10:00 AM for The House Public Health, Welfare and Labor Committee meeting to meet with your Representatives and ask them to vote NO on SB 359 and to encourage them to discuss the dangers of this mandate with other Representatives.
A panel appointed by the National Research Council of the National Academies (NRC) found that fluoride exposure was associated in the malfunctioning of the thyroid gland and can lead to other various serious health problems. Click here.
“Fluoride is generated by fertilizer factories, aluminum, and steel. It is also generated by coal burning power plants and in the production of glass and cement.” Click here.
According to the Fluoride Action Network (FAN), an organization that provides information which may impact the public’s exposure to fluoride, “Over 3,500 Professionals Call for an End to Fluoridation of Drinking Water”. Click here.
Many Americans are unaware of Agenda 21/Sustainable Development and the attempt to govern our soil, our water, and the atmosphere through regulation. This agenda is a blueprint for a global society created by the United Nations which has neither been openly debated nor adopted by Congress, yet it is being implemented here in the U.S, and around the world.
Secure Arkansas is a Grass Roots Organization whose Mission statement reads: ” We shall ensure our Government adheres to the Constitution. We will promote Free Market Capitalism, Responsible Government Practices, Fiscal Accountability and the Protection of Personal Property, Civil Liberties, and State Sovereignty.”
The Co-Sponsors are:
(D) Rep. Fred Allen D-33
(D) Senator Jack Crumbly D-16
(D) Senator Joyce Elliot D-33
(D) Rep. Billy W. Gaskill D-78
(R) Senator Jonathan Dismang D-29
(D) Senator Linda Chesterfield D-34
(D) Senator Jim Luker D-17
(D) Rep. Mark Perry D-44
(D) Rep. Randy Stewart D-23
(D) Rep. John W. Walker D-34
(D) Rep. James L. Word D-16
(D) Rep. Butch Wilkins D-74
(D) Senator David Wyatt D-12
(D) Rep. David Fielding D-5
(D) Rep. Henry “Hank” Wilkins D-17
(D) Senator Jimmy Jeffress D-24
(D) Rep. Greg Leding D-92
(R) Senator Michael Lamoureux D-4
(D) Senator Robert Thompson D-11
(D) Rep. Tommy Lee Baker D-55
(D) Rep. Kathy Webb D-37
(D) Senator Paul Bookout D-14
(D) Rep. Efrem Elliott D-11
(R) Senator Jake Files D-13
(D) Rep. Clark Hall D-13
(D) Rep. Johnnie J. Roebuck D-20
(D) Rep. Fredrick J. Love D-35
(D) Rep. Reginald Murdock D-52
(D) Senator Stephanie Flowers D-5
(D) Rep. Tracy Steele D-39
(D) Rep. Darrin Williams D-36
(D) Senator David Burnett D-15
(R) Senator Eddie Joe Williams D-28
(D) Senator Gene Jeffress D-25
(D) Rep. Barry Hyde D-40
(R) Rep. Allen Kerr D-32
(D) Rep. Buddy Lovell D-56
(D) Senator Percy Malone D-26
(D) Senator Mary Anne Salmon D-31
(D) Rep. Tommy Thompson D-60
(R) Rep. Jon Woods D-93