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UK Against Fluoridation

Monday, July 03, 2006

NSW Australia - Fluoride opponents vow to maintain fight

Fluoride opponents vow to maintain fight
Monday, 3 July 2006. 14:12 (AEDT)Monday, 3 July 2006. 13:12 (ACST)Monday, 3 July 2006. 13:12 (AEST)Monday, 3 July 2006. 14:12 (ACDT)Monday, 3 July 2006. 11:12 (AWST)
The political fallout from the fluoride issue is continuing in Lismore.

Former mayor John Crowther says those who voted in favour of adding fluoride to the water supply may pay a high price at the next council election. Mr Crowther says those opposed to the plan are not ready to give up, despite the council's decision.
He says the community should have been surveyed about the issue. "They should have been consulted, they're not going to give up at this stage and I think it might have some effect on the people that are elected in the next council, but that's a good way away," he said. "But I think myself that they should have at least went along with Ros Irwin's suggestion that they should have had a referendum [on] it."

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