Once more, the state of Arkansas bucks the trend and falls behind the rest of the country and world. Over the last year, the following communities (with approximate populations) have stopped adding fluoride to their drinking water. That’s approximately 2,538,500 people freed from the toxic substance known as fluoride, in the past year!
On Sunday, February 6th, The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette featured an entertaining, if not factual, editorial about Secure Arkansas’ latest legislative efforts. You, sir, have certainly expressed your opinion. Now, it’s time for a rebuttal or two, don’t you think? I know I do!
HB1205, which would require information about chemicals that are placed in drinking water bill, was debated before the House Public Health, Welfare, and Labor Committee of the Arkansas 88th Legislature. With 15 Democrats and 5 Republicans, the bill was voted down on party lines.
Tuesday, February 1, 2011, at 10:00 am in Room 130, HB1205, Arkansas Water Additive Accountability Act, will be presented to the House Public Health Committee by Representative Loy Mauch.
HB1205 is critical for the health and welfare of the citizens of Arkansas. HB1205 could be one of the most important bills filed this session. Secure Arkansas backs this bill wholeheartedly and needs your help to get it passed.