By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
A global treaty to reduce toxic mercury in the environment has been completed and will be presented to countries for their ratification as part of a worldwide bid to control and reduce ways in which mercury is used, released or emitted.
In a move likely to stoke an already raging debate over the safety of the vaccines routinely given to children, America's largest organization for pediatricians is strongly objecting to a proposal by the United Nations to ban a mercury-containing preservative from the world's vaccine supply.
"Children's health took a backseat to special interests. The only major purposeful exposure to mercury that didn't get addressed was thimerosal," said Eric Uram, executive director at SafeMinds, which seeks to eradicate autism and other health disorders they say are caused by mercury and man-made toxicants.