Signing of PACT Act is Good News for Those Exposed to Toxic Water at Camp Lejeune

August 10, 2022

Signing of PACT Act is Good News for Those Exposed to Toxic Water at Camp Lejeune

For more than 30 years, from the mid-1950s to the late-1980s, military leaders blatantly ignored the dangers of toxins in the drinking water of Camp Lejeune. Thousands of our nation’s bravest warriors of the United States Marine Corps and other branches of service, along with their families, were unknowingly exposed to dangerous chemicals for decades….

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June 16, 2022

USMC Knew for Decades There Was Contaminated Water at Camp Lejeune

For more than 30 years from the mid-1950s to the mid-1980s, United States Marine Corps (USMC) officials were well aware that Camp Lejeune’s drinking water contained dangerous levels of toxic chemicals. Despite numerous water quality studies, leadership failed to report the dangers for decades. The contaminated drinking water was consumed by service personnel and their…

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May 4, 2010

Oil Creeping to Florida Shore

Lee County in Southwest Florida is on the lookout for oil from an oil spill in the Gulf that is approaching our coast. The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill which occurred last week is currently about 300 miles to the north north-west of Lee County and Gov. Charlie Crist declared a State of Emergency Friday for…

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August 15, 2008

Cleaning Up A Downtown Environmental Hazard

The Kerr-McGee property in Jacksonville is a polluted Talleyrand waterfront area that once was home to a long desserted plant.   There from the 1890s until 1978, fertilizers and chemicals were produced. Today the land is vacant, there are no buildings and a builkhead is built over contaminated sediments at the bottom of the St. Johns River…

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