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UK Against Fluoridation

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Australia - Council continues fight against fluoride

BUNDABERG Regional Council will have another go at getting the State Government to reverse its decision on the forced fluoridation of water.
The council thought it had gained an exemption after talks with Premier Campbell Newman and Deputy Premier Jeff Seeney.
But last month Health Minister Lawrence Springborg confirmed the Bundaberg council would have to go ahead with fluoridating its water supply.

Council water and wastewater spokesman Alan Bush said yesterday council representatives had made an appointment to see Mr Springborg and Local Government Minister David Crisafulli.
They would meet during the Local Government Association of Queensland annual conference, which starts on October 22.
"We'll have a talk and tell them about the costs of it all," Cr Bush said.
"I believe commonsense has to prevail.
"They want to cut costs and save money and here's a perfect example."
Cr Bush said up until the beginning of this week the council had had no official notification they had to go ahead with fluoridation.....

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