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Should residents have a say on fluoride in water?

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Kentish residents want to have a say on whether or not fluoride is automatically added the region’s water supply.

Despite experts maintaining that fluoride in water is greatly beneficial to our health, community members have expressed concerns about the situation to the Kentish council.

Mayor of Kentish Don Thwaites talks to Brian Carlton about this push to take control of water fluoridation from State Government hands.

Do you think that it should be up to residents to decide if their water has fluoride or not?

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