Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Government Testing of Emissions found Inadequate

Good Morning Neighbor:

Well the Government Accountability Office has conducted a bipartisan study of our government's testing of hazardous releases and guess what they found?  Our testing materials and first responder preparation is woefully inadequate - the very thing our community and communities across this nation have been saying all along.  We have been yelling it from the roof tops that there was not adequate testing so now we must wait and see if it is truly corrected.  

Also, I am including a link to New York Times article that so tugged at my emotions and made real once again the long-term devastation of pesticide waste. 

On a lighter note, please see the flyer below for an Evening in the Green tomorrow night.  I hope you can join us!!

Your neighbor,


Send Connie (our own Erin Brockovich) to the Capitol July 15
Her Leadership Opens Doors for The Betterment of All

Connie Biemiller, GA House Candidate District 66
Serving The South Fulton and Fayette Community
P.O. Box 1593
Fairburn, GA 30213-1593

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make a check payable to connie's campaign and mail to the address above

As Margaret Mead once said:

Never underestimate the power of a few committed people to change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.

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