Thursday, November 14, 2013

1.) Read what Ireland's Walter Graham has done to keep fluoride out of Northern Ireland--media appearances and all 2.) Alberta, Canada has anti-fluoride experts at a speaking engagement to educate the public 3.) Portland Oregon says they do not need to bring fluoride on the May 2014 ballot, but still need to watch the Oregon State Legislature to make sure they do not pass a mandatory fluoride bill 4.) And check out the Des Moines Iowa Water Works staff -- they are ASKING the public to write comments on their website about fluoride, acknowledging that the scientific associations are in favor of it, while others have questioned the "science" and policy behind fluoridation 5.) Florida City Councilman gives 3-page news article on why the city should reject fluoridation 6.) New Research posted by the attorney in charge of Fluoride Class Action Lawsuit -- Fluorosis and Heart Attacks!

An Interview with Walter Graham – “Fluoride: Killing you One Drop at a Time” – #185 (Ireland)
November 13, 2013

RETHINKING FLUORIDATION: A fresh look at Edmonton's tap water (Alberta, Canada)
November 13, 2013

Clean Water Portland won't push fluoride ban in 2014

By Brad Schmidt |
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on November 13, 2013

And so, on Wednesday, Kaminski finally confirmed the obvious: the group won’t attempt to collect signatures to force a vote in May 2014 that would ban fluoride.

“The people of Portland have spoken loud and clear, four times now, that they don’t want fluoridation chemicals in their drinking water,” Kaminski said in a statement. “We have no doubt we could win a ballot measure permanently prohibiting fluoridation chemicals from our drinking water, but with such strong election results there’s really no need to run an initiative at this time.”

The group plans to keep close watch in Salem, however, to ensure that the Oregon Legislature doesn’t attempt to pass a mandatory fluoridation bill.

Des Moines Water Works Staff Invites Public Comments on Water Fluoridation


Des Moines Water Works staff invites public


comments on water fluoridation

"From today until Saturday, November 30, Des Moines Water Works invites public comments on its current water fluoridation practices.  Since January 2011, Des Moines Water Works has added fluoride to drinking water supplied to its customers at a level of 0.7 mg/L.  Prior to 2011, the addition of fluoride was at a level of 1.0 mg/L. While several scientific associations, including the American Dental Association, the U.S. Public Health Service, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, and the American Medical Association, are supportive of fluoridation to improve dental health, others have questioned the scientific and policy basis for fluoridation, citing research that points to adverse health consequences from fluoride exposure.  Des Moines Water Works continuously reviews its water treatment and distribution practices to ensure both regulatory compliance and economic delivery of safe, affordable, and abundant drinking water to approximately 500,000 customers in Central Iowa..."

Spend fluoridation cash on dental services - Stanley (Ireland)

Troy Kent: City should question fluoridation

TROY KENT  (Ormond Beach Florida City Councilman against fluoride)
Published: Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Fluorosis Correlates With Heart Attacks


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