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originally posted by: benrl
Whats funny, is in Portland they tried to sneak it past in a City council vote but the people forced the issue to a vote.
If its so innocent why the push, and why persisting despite the will of the people?
The next question is, since when are we okay with the GOVERNMENT deciding we need a chemical, who cares the reason.
As a second point of interest, it always bothers me when people suggest that it is being added to water for the health benefits. Because honestly, when did western countries start really giving two craps about people's health? Last time I checked, there's a McDonalds on every corner.
originally posted by: rickynews
a reply to: Iwinder
There is no evidence that fluoride in water supplies reduces tooth decay based on recent studies. This "Do Not Fluoridate" decision by Dallas is likely to spread across major metropolitan cities and municipalities throughout the United States.
originally posted by: JonButtonIII
a reply to: network dude
Then watch out for the BPA in plastic bottles, unless you like to chase down your water with a load of estrogen-mimicking chemicals.