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Have You Seen the New Medical Research Study that Exposes Fluoride Damage on Unborn Infants?

If you had to choose, would you rather have your child lose a permanent tooth or 4.5 points from their IQ? Obviously, no parent would want either, but if you faced that kind of rock-and-a-hard place choice for your child, what would you pick? My guess is most parents would say that enhancing and protecting their […]

Local Gov’t Kept in the Dark re. EPA Request for Comment on “Navigable Waters” under WOTUS

Local Elected Officials were NOT Officially Notified Regarding the EPA’s Request for Substantive Comments Pertaining to the Definition of “Navigable Waters” under the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) rule and Clean Water Act (looks like all across the country!) ** ALL STATES Need to Pay Attention! ** Many Arkansas legislators and county judges have informed […]

Update from EPA Regarding Comment Period

As you may be aware, Monday, June 19, 2017 was the deadline for state and local government to submit substantive comments to EPA regarding each county’s stand on the definition of “navigable waters” pertaining to the Waters of the U.S. rule and Clean Water Act.  Because it appears that neither EPA nor NACo notified state […]

URGENT: ALL STATES – Instructions for Local Action re. “Navigable Waters” Definition

Counties are in a frenzy of ridiculous excuses and efforts to keep the remaining counties in Arkansas from simply answering the call from Washington to submit a comment about properly defining “navigable waters” so this country can once again let the states and local governments take care of their own business without oppressive federal intrusion. […]

Official Comment Form for JPs re. Definition of “Navigable Waters”

Secure Arkansas has been made aware that many Justices of the Peace (JPs) and elected officials have NOT been notified of the June 19, 2017 deadline to submit substantive comments regarding the local county government position on the definition of “navigable waters” pertaining to the “Waters of the United States” rule.  It is the EPA […]

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