Water Fluoridation Act
Even if there exists a reason to justify international action, it does not also justify a complex and bureaucratic system to force member nations to do research to reconfirm the well-established and well-known fact that fluoridation improves dental outcomes. Nor does it similarly justify the creation of an international agency for the sole purpose of ensuring that water is fluorinated.
This is especially the case when section 4(d) does not clearly state a requirement that member nations which receive assistance are those which legitimately require assistance, rather than just those which simply appear so. International funds should not be disbursed without cohesive and workable control to prevent their being diverted (directly or indirectly).
The WA Office recommends a vote against the proposed "Water Fluoridation Act".
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