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Saturday, April 28, 2007

No wonder

From KGW's website today:

Bill clears committee with no recommendation

09:37 AM PDT on Saturday, April 28, 2007


SALEM, Ore. -- A bill to require cities with populations of ten-thousand or more cleared a House committee in Salem Saturday with no recommendation.

The hotly debated issue goes to the House floor. A similar Senate bill has yet to get a hearing.

Comments (9)

That reminds of someone's writing, I just can't remember who.

Always for the children..I wonder who's making the big bucks on this one?

So cities would be required to have ten thousand or more inhabitants? A bit late to be going after Rajneeshpuram, ain't it?

Ingesting flouride doesn't do anything for your teeth. Topical application of flouride inhibits tooth decay. This is being pushed by the Dentists and the industry that sells flouride to water utilities. By the way, the flouride they use to add to municipal water supplies has all sorts of other contaminants in it. But these are, of course, at levels below that deemed to be dangerous to humans. We can trust the government, can't we? They've never lied to us before.

Too much fluoride, I guess. I heard exactly the same thing on OPB this morning, and I thought, what a fine idea to require cities with at least 10,000 inhabitants.

If god would have intended water to have fluoride...

Please keep your...everything out of my water, flouride included.

There are some services that just aren't needed.

">http://www.oregonlive.com/news/oregonian/index.ssf?/base/news/1177464329284730.xml&coll=7> Ask Ted Wheeler.

Ask Ted Wheeler.

50,000,000 Frenchmen can't be wrong and 9,999 inhabitants can't be a city...

...but it only takes 2 to tango

I heard that on OPB, too.

I think it was on Car Talk.

Please keep your...everything out of my water, flouride included.

Chlorine too? I doubt you would drink it then...

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