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Reference Footnotes:

1: U.S. Gen. Accounting Off., Report to Congressional Requesters, School Facilities: Condition of America's Schools 2/95.

1.1: Allison Sherry, "School Repairs Languish", Denver Post, 1 Aug., 2004, p1,9., Headline at www.denverpost.com.

1.2: Dr. D.J. Rapp, M.D., "The Impossible Child in School at Home", Practical Allergy Research Foundation, 1989, 162p

2: "Douglas [County] Rethinks Its CSAP Policy", The Denver Post, 1 Oct 01, p1B top, headline, at www.denverpost.com.

3: Kagan Owens & J. Feldman, Denver "quot;The Schooling of State Pesticide Laws - 2000"quot;, Pesticides and You, Sum. 2001, 59-66.

4: Daily Camera [Boulder, CO], "Miracles of Science", Bus. Sect., pp 12 & 13, 13/9/99.

5: Indian Ridge Elementary School, Cherry Creek School Dist., ca 1990.

6: The following were responses from Mr. Ron Schiller, IAQ Coordinator, U.S. E.P.A., Region 8, `Tools for Schools' program, on 8 Nov., 01. He is actually an honest, candid man with an Agricultural Biology Degree from Cal Poly. It should be noted that the funeral industry has much, much tighter rules to prevent gouging the consumer when handicapped with grief. These include, but are not limited to: Names, addresses, and phone numbers of national consumer groups with success dealing with the industry; a 15 page "plan ahead" guide, complete with questions for funeral directors; a glossary of terms; and a toll free consumer complaint line! See http://www.ftc.gov, and search for `funeral rules'. Mr. Schiller did not know of any real changes planned for the future of the program he represents.

7: U.S. Gen. Accounting Off., Office of Public Affairs, GAO/OPA -91-12, p15

8: Clear Creek Co., Colorado, School Dist., 2000 election.

9: Amer. Assoc. of School Administrators, "Schoolhouse in the Red". Available from the AASA at 1801 N. Moore St., Arlington, VA 22209.

10: Dr. D.J. Rapp, M.D., "Is This Your Child's World? How You Can Fix the Schools and Homes That Are Making Your Children Sick.", Bantam, 1996, 635p

11: R. Worth, "Asleep on the Beat", Washington Monthly, 11/99. (www.washingtonmonthly.com)

11.1: R.E. Yuhnke, Esq., et.al., "Comments by the Environmental Defense Fund and Natural Resources Defense Council, on the proposed NESHAP for Coke Oven Emissions, 52 Fed. Reg. 13586 (23/4/87) ", 3/12/87, 47p

12: J. Stewart, et.al., "Courage Without Martyrdom, A Survival Guide for Whistleblowers.", Government Accountability Project, 1612 `K' St., N.W., Wash.,D.C. 10/89, 35p

13: Dr. D.J. Rapp, M.D., "Is This Your Child's World? How You Can Fix the Schools and Homes That Are Making Your Children Sick.", Bantam, 1996, p499-505. Feel free to change `child' to `people'.

14: Colborn, T., vom Saal, E.S., and Soto, A.M., "Developmental Effects of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Wildlife and Humans", Env. Health Perspectives, 101:378-384, 1993.

15: D.M. Obmascik, "Home Deadly Home: Toxins in Air, Regulations fail to protect U.S. residences from gases", Denver Post, 6 Jan, 2002, p1.

16: ibid., p.A23. www.denverpost.com

16.1,: John G. Fuller, "The Day We Bombed Utah.", New American Library, 1988, p.23, 71, 161

16.2,: John G. Fuller, "The Day We Bombed Utah.", New American Library, 1988.

17: "Drinking Water & Disease, What Health Care Providers Should Know", Physicians for Social Responsibility, 2000, p.10. From Porter, et al., Environ Health Perspect 107:265-271 (1999).

18: Probably the only source of IAQ standards for the home come from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development are very limited and only apply to manufactured housing purchased by the Federal government. ASHRAE has only a few while the American Institute of Architects has never promulgated IEQ standards nor member training, nor even guidelines for residential dwellings' performance. Architects guarantee large commercial buildings for only one year even though they may have a design life of 400 years!

19: G. Cope, "First Round Evaluation of Drinking Water Right-To-Know Reports", USPIRG press release, 14 Mar 02, full report at: www.pirg.org/alerts/route.asp?id2=5045.

20: PSR, "Consider the Source: farm runoff, chlorination byproducts, and human health.", www.envirohealthaction.org/water/articles.cfm?article_ID=105.

21: `MCS Treatment Evaluation Survey of 305 Participants', Dr. Leonard Jason, Ph.D., at DePaul University, Dep't of Psychology, Chicago, IL, in 1995. Our procedures were identified in a major national study on the effectiveness of 62 different techniques in ten categories for effectiveness to 305 folks with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS) Techniques we apply are 100% congruent with the only two methods that provided `major or enormous help', and address elements of 4 of the top 7 treatments, which are far and away much better than all the rest.

22,: Dr. D.J. Rapp, M.D., "Is This Your Child's World? How You Can Fix the Schools and Homes That Are Making Your Children Sick.", Bantam, 1996, p.xvi

23: Céline, Louis-Ferdinand, "Mea Culpa and The Life and Work of Semmelweis", Translated by Robert A. Parker. Boston: Little, Brown, 1937.

23.1,: Lietaer, B.A., & Belgin, S. M.,"Of Human Wealth, Beyond Greed and Scarcity.", Human Wealth Books and Talks, 2003, p.179

24: Wil Lepkowski, "Arsenic Crisis in Bangladesh",Chem. & Eng. News, 16/11/98, p27/29.

25: "Indoor Air Quality; Proposed Rule", U.S. Dep't of Labor, Fed. Reg., 5 April, 1994, pp 15968-16039. A six page version, lacking important info, is also available from OSHA regional offices.

25.1: Mr. A. J. Willman, P.E., "Productivity and Indoor Environmental Quality Study", by Dorgan Assoc., Madison, WI, National Energy Man. Inst., Executive Summary, 601 N. Fairfax St., STE 250, Alexandria, VA 22314, 800 458-6525, 8/93.

26: J. Frederick & N. Lessin, "Blame the Worker", Multinational Monitor, 11/00, p10-14. (www.essential.org/monitor)

26.1: Melinda Ballard, Dripping Springs, TX, won $ 32.2 million from the Farmers Group Ins. Co., for damages from inadequately remediated mold & colossal dishonesty. She, her husband and two boys are still recovering. See: www.policyholdersofamerica.org for details. The opening screen is great!

27: Mr. Byrum Lee, Esq., at fall of 2000 presentation at the monthly Denver, CO, A.S.H.R.A.E. meeting. He can be reached at (303) 291-0733. He is well versed in the down side of poor IAQ.(www.ashrae.org)

28: See NOVA, show # 2217, "Can Buildings Make You Sick?", WGBH Boston, MA.

29: N. Thompson, "Downsizing: Nanotechnology-Why You Should Sweat the Small Stuff", Washington Monthly, 10/00. (www.washingtonmonthly.com)

30: Michael McCagg, "Mold: National Concern Requires Your Attention",Cleaning and Maintenance Management, 8/01, pp. 31-35.

31: When the construction manager of a house remodeling project in Alamosa, Colorado brought newly discovered asbestos to the attention of the local health department official for instructions he was told that asbestos was a `big city' problem of no concern in Alamosa! 8/97.

32: Norman Augustine, Pres. of EG&G, "What We Don't Know Does Hurt Us. How Scientific Illiteracy Hobbles Society", Science, vol.279, 13 MAR 98, p1640-1.

33: Wes McKinley, et.al., "The Ambushed Grand Jury", Apex Press, p270, 2004.

34: U.S.A., ex rel., James S. Stone, v. Rockwell International Corp., & Boeing North American, U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit, Denver., Nos. 99-1351-3.

35: www.epa.gov/iaq/pubs/ozonegen.html#recommendations

36: www.epa.gov/indicators/roe/pdf/tdAir.pdf, p29.

37: "Two Deaths, $91,000 Fine;, Multinational Monitor, 7/02, p45. (www.multinationalmonitor.org)

38: "www.osha.gov/Firm_osha_data/100008.html", Sec. `C' penalties.

39: An interview with Lisa Cullen, "Dying for the Job, The State of Workplace Health and Safety in the U.S.", Multinational Monitor, 9/02, vol. 23, No. 9. (www.multinationalmonitor.org)

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