Published in Healthcare Finance, Tax and Law Weekly, March 24th, 2004
The Wichita resident hasn't believed either argument for 40 years, and he came to the Kansas Statehouse on March 2, 2004, to urge a Senate committee to kill a bill requiring Kansas' largest communities to fluoridate their water. Most already do.
Joining Walker were a retired University of Kansas chemistry professor and a Wichita psychologist who said he has spent thousands of hours researching fluoridation. Other opponents include the city of Wichita and the League of Kansas Municipalities, both wary of state encroachment in local governments' affairs.
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