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Fluoridation May Not Prevent Cavities, Scientific Review Shows

Click here to read a Newsweek article that was just released today that shows the Cochrane Collaboration’s findings after they “reviewed every study done on fluoridation that they could find”. Here are some snippets from the article, but you’ll want to read it in full.  It’s got some great information from doctors and researchers! “…Most […]

Resolution to Oppose Fluoride

Secure Arkansas / Secure The Republic has been campaigning for clean, safe water for many years.  We’ve sent you emails many times about the harmful water additive fluoride, and we opposed Act 197 (the water mandate) in Arkansas in 2011.  Most of you have heard that fluoride in our drinking water is healthy, but modern […]

New Hampshire Governor Signs Infant Warning Bill Into Law

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 […]

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 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.

Perry County, AR ALERT

Request from Connie Burks of Harrison and concerned citizens of Perry County – URGENT:

Seven years ago, ANRC and ADEQ almost persuaded Gov. Huckabee to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (Watershed Pact) with the Missouri governor, which would have given undue power of bureaucratic agencies over the state legislature and county and municipal governments. Public pressure caused him to withdraw from signing.

 

Now, a Perry County Quorum Court meeting is scheduled forMonday, May 14, 2012, to vote on incorporating a county Watershed District.


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