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Dallas Anti-Fluoride Cause Now Supported by Web-Savvy Dogs

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The latest salvo in the war to get the city of Dallas to stop adding fluoride to the city's water supply comes from the canines behind dogsagainstfluoridation.com, who are urging the City Council to follow council member Sheffie Kadane's lead on January 28 and vote to end the vicious commie plot.

The dogs bring in the heavy hitters for the project, including Dr. Oz, a man whose medical advice is right an astonishing 50 percent of the time and electric car enthusiast Ed Begley Jr.

According to the dogs, Fluoride Action North Texas Leader Regina Imburgia says the media won't cover this story, so the dogs are pitching in.

See also: Call to Remove Fluoride from Water Keeps Chugging on Dallas City Council

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