Although this is a local election issue today, the adding of toxins to drinking water is happening everywhere and deserves your attention
Date: 11/7/2006 5:45:22 PM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 2907 times
It's election day in the USA, and locally clean water is a much-debated issue. Most of the issue centers around our right to vote not to have our water fluoridated. There's apparently also lead and arsenic content in the water here.
Huge numbers of dentists and other people who call themselves medical professionals have spoken out in favor of continuing to dump toxic chemicals into our drinking water, stating that, reducing it to the most basic terms, our teeth will rot if we don't have fluoride in our drinking water.
Personally, I don't use the tap water much at all, except in a very filtered form to wash my dishes and I've got a high-quality filter in the bathroom on the shower head too.
Water affects all of us. The safety of our water should never have to become a politicized issue. It just stuns me that people have to sign petitions and get an item on the agenda to vote to protect our water from toxins that should not ever be put in water in the first place.
Think about it.
Anyway, here's the website for our local movement to protect the water:
I am quite grateful to all the people who have worked so hard to make a positive change in our environment.
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