For your source question:
That's not Scientific fact, but I just tried to find a "somewhat credible" news source. I don't believe everything the HuffPo says but they seem to be a little more accurate than Fox/CNN.
I agree that Correlation does not imply causation, but I would think an "environmental detective" would probably think these chemicals are a little suspicious, no?
And I agree (in part) that the US probably has some of the more "safe" drinking water, but I have issues with the EPA calling anything "safe to drink" after they raised the radiation "safe" limit after fukushima.
Again, no evidence that the EPA is "directly harming the people it's suppose to protect," just a little suspicious in light of no investigation done by the US.
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