The Cooper County Health Board on Tuesday unanimously passed a new regulation on confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) and affirmed its commitment to defending the rules in court after a statewide ban on county-level agricultural regulations takes effect at the end of the month. Cooper County Health Department Administrator Melanie Hutton said that every resident in Cooper County should have the right to clean air and water, which the regulation aims to secure. It includes air quality…IT’S ABOUT TIME OUR HEALTH DEPARTMENTS STEP INTO THIS FIGHT…AFTER ALL…THIS ISSUE IS ABOUT….HUMAN HEALTH…! ACROSS THE COUNTRY…HEALTH DEPARTMENTS ARE STEPPING UP AND DOING WHAT’S….RIGHT..! IT’S TIME AMERICA…STOP THE POLLUTERS..!!!!