FAN – Stopping Fluoridation: Have We Reached the Tipping Point?

Thanks to the Fluoride Action Network (FAN) for always keeping us up to date on news related to Fluoride. This was posted on their website for all to be aware of and see. We are winning the battle against Fluoridation. (Go to www.fluoridealert.org for more infromation)

Since October, 2010 when citizens voted to halt fluoridation in Waterloo, Ontario another 29 communities have halted fluoridation. The total population that has been freed from forced fluoridation over the past year is approximately 2,571,500 people in the following communities:

Oct. 31 — Lakeshore, Ontario (33,000)
Oct. 25 — Palmer, Alaska (8,400)
Oct. 18 — Lawrenceburg, Tennessee (11,000)
Oct. 16 — Churchill, Manitoba (1,000) 
Oct. 13 — New Plymouth, New Zealand (50,000) 
Oct. 4 — Pinellas County, Florida (700,000) 
Sept. 30 — Spencer, Indiana/ BPP Water (10,500)
Sept. 22 — College Station, Texas (100,000) 
Sept. 12 — Slave Lake, Alberta (7,000)
Sept. 6 — Hohenwald, Tennessee (4,000)       
Aug. 16 — Pottstown, Pennsylvania (15,500)
Aug. 15 — Spring Hill, Tennessee (30,000)
Aug. 8 — Philomath, Oregon (4,500)
July 20 — Taber, Alberta (6,500) 
July 4 — Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan (5,000)
June 30 — Taumarunui, New Zealand (5,000) 
June 6 — Fairbanks, Alaska (30,500)
May 18 — Naples Village, New York (1,070)
May 16 — Mount Clemons, Michigan (17,300) 
April 21 — Lago Vista, Texas (6,500)
Mar. 17 — Marcellus, Michigan (1,100) 
Feb. 16 — Independence, Virginia (1,000)
Feb. 8 — Calgary, Alberta (1,300,000) 
Feb. 7 — Yellow Springs, Ohio (3,200)
Feb. 7 — Vercheres, Quebec (5,240) 
Jan. 19 — Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania (5,500)
Nov. 15, 2010 — Sparta, North Carolina (2,000)
Nov. 4, 2010 — Tellico, Tennessee (900)   
Oct. 25, 2010 — Waterloo, St. Jacobs, and Elmira, Ontario (103,000)

Total: 2,571,500 people

 

 

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