ConsumersToxin-free Bill of Rights

Consumers Toxin-free Bill of Rights 
as discussed in the book
Our Chemical Lives And The Hijacking of Our DNA, A Probe Into What's Probably Making Us Sick

Article I  Consumer Rights
     Consumers have intellectual and ethical needs - called human rights - part of which include knowing how to safeguard their health from toxic substances in food, products, and services that impact the quality of their health and lives.

Article II  Consumers Right to Know All Chemical Constituents in Products and Services
     Consumers basic human right to maintain healthy lives and lifestyles supercedes all business and industry self regulations, which allow for trade secrets that impact consumers' health due to lack of consumers' informed consent.  Consumers have the right to compensatory damages.  All products and services must inform consumers of the risks involved.

Article III Establish Consumers Interaction Watchdog Committees
     Consumers and their basic rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness - particularly those affecting any aspects of human health - need to be represented and interfaced through "Watchdog Committees" within
   - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
   - Consumer Product Safety Commission
   - U.S. Department of Agriculture
   - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
   - U.S. Food and Drug Administration
   - Agencies that will be created or mainstreamed in the future


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