Blog Archives For Fluoridation

SB 299: Local Control Regarding Fluoridation Shot Down!

Secure Arkansas is reporting a hurtful and disappointing slap in the face to the public from from Senate Committee on City, County and Local Affairs today, March 21, 2017. Senator Bryan King, ALEC member (Green Forest), called this afternoon and reported that the committee would NOT amend the bill and that the votes needed to get it out of […]

Dr. Sandra Young’s Testimony on SB 299 to Senate Cmte re. Local Control for Water Fluoridation

Secure Arkansas would like to share Dr. Sandra Young’s superb testimony on the local control bill regarding fluoridation (SB 299) with our readers (included in its entirety below). It has been submitted to the Senate City, County and Local Affairs committee.  Dr. Young attended the committee hearing to testify last Tuesday, March 14, 2017. The […]

Anderson’s Testimony on SB 299 to Senate Cmte re. Local Control for Water Fluoridation

We wanted to update you on SB 299, the Local Control of fluoride legislation. Note: Even though Senate Bill 299 did not get out of committee on Tuesday, March 14, 2017, Senator Bryan King is bringing it back in another amended form this session! All is not lost yet!   Senate committee members’ votes are as follows: VOTED YEA  Alan […]

Support Local Control of Fluoridation Tues, March 14

Last Minute Reminder! ****  Support  Local Control SB 299  **** SB 299 is on the agenda of the Senate Committee on City, County, and Local Affairs on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. Room 272 at the Arkansas Capitol. There are eight members on this Senate committee, and it will take a majority – which is five members – to […]

NEW Update on Local Control Bill: SB 299 (water fluoridation)

*** Support SB 299, the Local Fluoridation Control Bill! *** New Update! A new slight time change of 30 minutes has been published for the morning agenda of the Senate City, County, and Local Affairs committee hearing set for Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 10:00 am. This committee will be voting on SB 299,  the “local control” bill regarding water fluoridation.  […]

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