Reports the Philadelphia Inquirer:
The percentage of Pennsylvanians with access to fluoridated water - about half - has been nearly stagnant the last 20 years, even as fluoridation rates have steadily increased to about 70 percent in the rest of the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Efforts to add fluoride to public water in the state have routinely met stiff resistance. And some communities - like Pottstown, which decided this month to stop fluoridating its water after five decades - have given up on the process.
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