Not all disabilities are visible!
Yes there are a few selfish people out there who abuse any privilege or opportunity they can, but they are in the minority. Most people who look “normal” and use accessible permits have a proven, legitimate, legal, medical, human right to do so.
How Can We Lay Them to Rest?
Why aren’t we being protected from pollution, radiation and junk or GMO foods?
Why is there still a “controversy” mentioned in any mainstream media article about MCS/ES?
Why are corporations getting their way so often despite causing harm?
Here are more articles that add to what I shared in Are There Any Doubts?
Many thanks to Colin Woodard and The Portland Press Herald for this enlightening series:
By Colin Woodard
THE SERIES DAY TO DAY
SUNDAY: For two years, public servant Patricia Aho has overseen Maine’s environmental protection. But whom does she really serve? Our seven-month investigation points to her former corporate clients.
MONDAY: Led by a former chemical industry lobbyist, the Maine DEP has stalled efforts to regulate substances that are potentially harmful to children and to the development of unborn fetuses.
TUESDAY: So-called “product stewardship” regulations – even recycling efforts with industry and bipartisan support – find staunch resistance at the Maine DEP, where a former corporate lobbyist has taken the helm.
Posted in Chemicals, Child Health, Environment, Environmental Health, Policy, Public Health
Tagged atrazine, change, flame retardants, henhouse, industry government ties, MCS, MCS/ES, politics, science, WHO