This is what Sandra Young MD sent as a follow-up letter regarding water fluoridation to the Arkansas State Board of Health. Once again, in case anyone missed it, you may watch the 8-minute YouTube video by clicking here. – – – – – 7/27/2015 Thank you all for letting me speak spontaneously at the Arkansas […]
The back door to Obamacare is highlighted inRED in SB 709 shown below. The part to look at in SB 709 comes after UNLESS.
Arkansas SB 709 is a bad piece of legislation. SB709 will not stop Obamacare coming into Arkansas, but provides a back door access to providing Obamacare. State Sovereignty and the 10th Amendment MUST be enforced by our elected officials. We must remember that the states are the Employer and the Federal Government is the Employee. State Nullification of Obamacare is the only method that can be used. The nullification process has been included below.
The statement below comes from Christie Herrera of ALEC.
“Senate Bill 709 not only strengthens the legislature’s policymaking authority when it comes to health reform decisions, but it also promotes transparency on the costs of the federal healthcare law on individuals and the state of Arkansas.”
Any politician involved with ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) has in all likelihood sold out to big business. In exchange for helping ALEC to push their model legislation through their states, they are paid off with large campaign donations from ALEC members. All these payoffs can be verified by checking out elected officials financial filings with the Secretary of State. It was ALEC that was behind SJR1, Article V Amendment Convention bill. Thank goodness SJR1 was killed in committee.
Taking into consideration that the state of Arkansas enacted a mandatory water fluoridation law (ACT 197) in 2011, we should be demanding that our state legislators pass into law in 2013 the same infant formula warning to protect the babies of Arkansas. On August 4th, 2012, the state of New Hampshire will become the first […]
Who’s Regulating the Regulators?
Written by Rene Fonseca,
Carroll-Boone Water District
In 2011, the Arkansas State Legislature very quickly passed a partially unfunded mandate that requires most water companies to add fluoride chemicals into public water supplies, not to purify the water but to medicate you. State legislators were lobbied by outsiders, and few Arkansas residents who oppose fluoridation were alerted. Water suppliers weren’t involved. So now there are many problems arising from this ill-advised fluoridation mandate including that fluoridation chemicals are not pure.