DENVER (CBS4) – Voters in southwestern Colorado will soon decide whether to continue adding fluoride to their water.
If it is touted as being next to nothing in the water then why put it in?
The Durango City Council voted to place the question on the ballot after a year-long debate.Councilors are encouraging residents to do their research before the vote. They say Durango’s water only has .7 milligrams of fluoride per liter. That’s less than one drop in 55 gallons.