Comment: There was an interesting argument in the voting guide.

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There was an interesting argument in the voting guide.

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"Oregon law at OAR 333-061-0005 provides: “Products added to public water systems for ... fluoridation ... shall meet the requirements of National Sanitation Foundation Standard 60 ...”. NSF Standard 60 requires that around twenty toxicological studies be done, however, NSF admits that toxicological studies have never being done. Thus, fluorosilicic acid does not “meet the requirements” of NSF 60 and therefore may not legally be used for fluoridation under Oregon law."