From the August 2002 Idaho Observer:
Activism thwarts water fluoridation in Billings
Petition signatures override city council decision to poison townspeople without a vote
BILLINGS, Mont. -- Outraged by the Billings City Council decision to fluoridate the town's water despite overwhelming public opposition, residents mounted a petition drive and obtained enough signatures to bypass the council and put the issue to a vote in November.
Darrell Nordhagen recalls that the fluoride issue came up in 1967 and 1982 and was defeated both times. I hope its three times and out, commented Nordhagen.
The petition circulators plan to educate the community so that it won't vote in favor of allowing a known toxin to be added to its drinking water.
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