Re: MCS legal rights
Posted by Rita on 4/22/04
I empathise with you. I don't know what legal rights we have
in regards to highways. All we can do is protect ourselves.
Don't drive with your windows open. I use a car air cleaner,
it is made by "Amaircare" and costs about $89.00" It works
quite well. It has 3 layers of filteration materials,
activated carbon and some others. You just attach it to the
cigarette lighter. I also wear activated carbon masks,
pretty much 24 hours a day, along with cotton masks (home
made) These masks are a god send. They are made by a company
called "I can breathe.com) I had to battle my insurance
provider to pay for them, I thankfully did win. Small
victories. Also, I don't know if you use ozygen, I do, and
during "high exposure threats" I keep it going, even in the
There's gotta be a better way, my friend, don't you agree?
How about if the highway folks, used just some good old
fashioned "cutting." Too idealistic, in an age of "the easy
way out" with chemicals, hun?
On 4/22/04, Tom Green wrote:
> I am a 100&37; disabled Gulf War Veteran, I have been dxed
> CFS, and fibromyalgia. I also have severe MCS. The problem
> I have is I can't travel, the state of Missouri sprays a
> growth retardent up and down every highway it has to mow.
> What legal rights do I have to get them to stop?
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