Here in Albuquerque we may not have water for much longer.Read more »
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This is the mass takeover that we have all seen coming for years. Please read the full text of the order, and forward the text and link to as many friends, family, and alternative news outlets as possible.Read more »
A Louisiana church was ordered to stop giving away free water along Mardi Gras parade routes because they did not have the proper permits.
“We were given a cease and desist order,” said Matt Tipton, pastor of Hope Church in Metairie, LA. “We had no idea we were breaking the law.”
A bill introduced to ban fluoride and other harmful chemicals from the public water supply.Read more »
Producers of bottled water are now forbidden by UK law from claiming their products will prevent dehydration after a three-year investigation from EU officials.
Britain's The Telegraph has reported the decision was made on the basis there was no evidence to prove the previously undisputed fact.Read more »
The effects of fluoride in drinking water might be controversial but the effects of lithium are not. The thought of being surreptitiously drugged with psychoactive pharmaceuticals should scare the hell out of you.Read more »
Rob Harmon discussing a market solution to keep streams flowing by selling large consumers of water "restoration", and using the proceeds to pay those who owns water rights to allow it to flow.Read more »
Open container activism: By now everyone should know that drinking water from plastic containers may be bad for your health due to BPA, a chemical coating additive. With that in mind, I make this suggestion: Collect nice beer bottles, wash them, fill them with good water, and use them everywhere you go to drink good, clean, healthy water. Use them to drink water while you drive. Use them to drink water while walking down the street. Use them to drink water as you interact with government agencies. Here's to your health and fun, too!
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MCLOUD, OK -- Several residents in McLoud are upset after the city announced a $17 water bill for residents who use a well. According to City Manager Larry Dillon, the small fee will help pay for emergency services such as police officers and fire fighters. Because of an old city ordinance, rural residents with in 100-yards of a water line didn't have to pay for those services; but because of a struggling economy, every dollar counts.Read more »
This guy was charged and sentenced more harshly than others, because he refused to pay the fine. He and others left containers of water for immigrants in the Arizona desert. The "littering" was on public property and wasn't trash when he left them there.Read more »
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