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Roundup: You decide

Commentary: Your health and county government
An item on tonight's Adair Fiscal Court Agenda involves a committee report on buying equipment to spray county roads with the controversial herbicide Roundup. A number of Google links indicate major health hazards from the use of Roundup. It's easy to check for yourself. A check this morning at 4:05amCT, at this, Google link on Roundup and its Health Effects left plenty to worry about for those residents concerned with cancer, Parkinson's disease and other health hazards, not to mention aesthetics. - Ed Waggener

This story was posted on 2013-09-10 03:56:57
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