Fluoride Costs Escalate Wednesday, March 21, 2012 Becky Gillette The Carroll Boone Water District (CBWD) board will meet at 10 a.m. April 19 to consider proceeding with fluoridation of public drinking water despite not having sufficient grants to cover startup costs. The board will discuss whether to use district funds to implement fluoridation. State legislation […]
The following is an appeal from an Arizona patriot to help in contacting their legislators to vote “No” on a Constitutional Convention (Con-Con).
SCR1005 has passed the Senate 16 to 14 and is ready to be voted on in the House Appropriations Committee.
SCR1005 will call for a Constitutional Convention, or an “Amendments Convention” to consider whether an increase in the federal debt should require approval from a majority of the legislatures of the states.
The following is an appeal from a patriot in Missouri to help in contacting their legislators to vote “No” on a Constitutional Convention (Con-Con).
SCR27: This concurrent resolution calls for a constitutional convention to propose an amendment to the United States Constitution that requires a balanced federal budget, except in times of war, and prohibits increases in taxes, unless approved by two-thirds of the state legislatures.
HJR38: A resolution requesting the United States Congress to call a Constitutional
Convention to propose an amendment to the Constitution of the United States requiring approval of a majority of state legislatures
to increase the federal debt limit.
(Namely, a Con-Con).
After an article written by Sarah Wire of the Arkansas Gazette, appeared Sunday February 26, 2012, regarding the costs of Arkansas’ recently-passed fluoridation law, four things come to mind: It’s underfunded, wasteful, too complex and shortsighted. It was a huge mistake to fast-track this legislation without hearing from water industry professionals.