Carroll-Boone Water District (CBWD) Water Operators Speak Out Against Non-compliance of a Regulated Chemical 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 […]
Most folks in Arkansas cherish our animals, whether it be for food, income, or, best of all, as companions. Secure Arkansas believes that we have a right to know what will affect our health as well as what will affect the health of our pets and our livelihoods. In 2011, Mike Beebe, Governor of Arkansas, signed a bill into law that requires all districts providing water for over 5000 people to add hydrofluosilicic acid to their water supply. The water fluoridation mandate bill was rushed through the House and Senate in less than 7 working days – hardly enough time to hear from all the citizens in Arkansas that actually voted against adding a known toxic substance to our water.
In March of this year, Sen. Johnson, when asked what the startup costs would be for Fort Smith, stated to legislators that it would be between $90,000 and $100,000 dollars. (Southwest Times)
We at Secure Arkansas want to thank and give credit to the following representatives for opposing SB 359 (An Act To Provide For Certain Water Systems To Maintain A Level Of Fluoride To Prevent Tooth Decay)
AR Senate Bill 359 Would Require A Known Chemical That Causes Malfunctioning Of The Organs Into Municipal Drinking Water In Arkansas.