BISBEE — Residents who showed up Tuesday night at the City of Bisbee council meeting wanted more.
After coaxing council members earlier this month on the merits of reducing the amount of fluoride in Bisbee’s water, supporters appeared again to ask that residents be allowed the option of whether to add the element to their drinking water.
Jeff Harris, who collected more than 400 signatures on a petition calling for an end to the practice of adding fluoride, argued that residents had the right to choose what’s in their drinking water.
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October 5, 2016: Bisbee to reduce fluoride in water supply