On topics and today's gnus. Definitely opinionated. Set to 18+ for a reason.
|States without regulations (or weak ones) are becoming the dumping ground for the nuclear leavings, the unwanted trash and just plain shit of regions that have restrictions.
The article focuses on South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama where cancer is already an issue from spills and mismanagement. And it could get worse. As states like New York and New Jersey tighten their restrictions, the South becomes the main dumping grounds.
But not just anywhere in the South. Rural communities are targeted and Black majority areas bear the brunt. I've seen this before... as minority communities in the inner city where I lived was far less healthy the 95% white suburbs.
Poverty and race are ugly American issues. Not that this doesn't exist elsewhere but many Americans simply choose to not see what makes them feel uncomfortable.
And those Northern communities? Their shit stinks too... just ask the Alabamans.