Hanover, Pennsylvania is fluoridated:
"In Hanover, there's an overwhelming need for affordable, accessible dental care.
It is estimated that nearly 8,000 individuals in Hanover are eligible for Medicaid, but go without dental care."
Tooth decay: a sad national epidemic caused by lack of dentists who care and not a fluoride need. Extensive lobbying, political maneuvering and expensive public relations campaigns by organized dentistry sway legislators to add fluoride chemicals into public water supplies, 2/3 of which already are, to benefit those whom dentists neglect. Protecting their high-salaried monopoly, dentists lobby against dental groups offering quality, cheaper fixes. Fluoride product makers benefit most.