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Senate Bill 2506 introduced by Senator Kalani English, and also
signed by Senator Suzanne Chun-Oakland, as well as House Bill 2580
sponsored by Representative Millie Carroll will move to ban aspartame
from the State of Hawaii.

Efforts continue to ban this deadly excitoneurotoxic carcinogenic
drug that is addicting the public and triggering so many symptoms and
diseases from MS and lupus and seizures to Parkinson's, diabetes and
obesity and even blindness and death. An aspartame documentary,
Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World, explains how Don Rumsfeld got this
marketed when the FDA said no.
http://www.soundandfury.tv/pages/rumsfeld2.html Masquerading as an
additive it's a deadly drug that interacts with other drugs and vaccines.

No one can forget the gallant efforts of Senator Gerald Ortiz y Pino
who sponsored the Senate bill to ban aspartame in New Mexico. One
picture that remains in my mind is addressing the Senate with
Senators sipping Diet Coke. Dr. Ken Stoller said "It's hard to
believe we are going to get anywhere with you drinking this but
consider the children." Aspartame is a teratogen triggering birth
defects and mental retardation, reducing IQ, and triggering all types
of behavioral and psychiatric problems.
http://www.mpwhi.com/report_on_aspartame_and_children.htm

Stephen Fox of Santa Fe, Managing Editor of the Santa Fe Sun News and
prime New Mexico moving force behind the legislature efforts to ban
aspartame, commented on the great consumer progress implicit in these
two bills in Hawaii:

"This is wonderful news coming from Hawaii; the Legislators and their
bill drafters saw the merit in keeping almost all of the same
language from the 2006 and 2007 New Mexico bills, especially
regarding the states' rights and their obligation to protect citizens
health, which are not "preempted" by massive failures at the FDA.

"These New Mexico bills were overwhelmed and eviscerated in New
Mexico by some of the most vicious corporate lobbyists I have ever
encountered, representing Ajinomoto of Japan, the world's largest
aspartame and MSG manufacturer, as well as their duped American
corporate henchmen/colleagues who use massive amounts of Aspartame,
like Coca Cola, Pepsi, Altria/Kraft Corporate services, and
others. The same lobbyists will show up in Honolulu, make no mistake...

"These corporations have everything to lose if such bills advance and
ultimately lead to the inevitable product liability and personal
injury suits from those damaged by aspartame, which number in the
hundreds of millions, despite their cooperate serving propaganda and lies.

"My profoundest appreciation goes to the Hawaii activists who brought
up these imperative issues, and to the Legislators who see the merit
and need to protect the health of all Hawaiians, no matter what
duplicity is perpetuated by the top brass and corporate lackeys at the FDA."

47 Members of the UK Parliament have asked for a ban and efforts in
New Zealand continue with a circulating petition for ban.

Aspartame was never proven safe. Here is the Board of Inquiry Report
of the FDA that revoked the petition for
approval: http://www.mpwhi.com/fda_petition1.doc

In the US a petition has been filed with the FDA to ban aspartame
based on an imminent health hazard. Twelve toxicologists wrote the
FDA Commissioner in June asking for a ban having to do with the
Ramazzini Studies showing aspartame to be a multipotential
carcinogen. http://www.mpwhi.com/aspartame_letter_to_fda.pdf

We thank Hawaii for their efforts at safeguarding the people of that
state and standby to help in anyway possible. SB 2506 is listed
below for review.

Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum, Founder
Mission Possible International (warning the world off aspartame)
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
770 242-2599
www.mpwhi.com, www.dorway.com
Aspartame Toxicity Center, www.holisticmed.com/aspartame
Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic, www.sunsentpress.com, H. J.
Roberts, M.D.
Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills, www.russellblaylockmd.com,
Russell Blaylock, M.D.
Stephen Fox can be reached at stephen@santafefineart.com
Timetable of Aspartame: http://www.mpwhi.com/ecologist_september_2005.pdf
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