Mary Marshall, a registered dental hygienist at Douglas County Dental Clinic, checks the teeth of her brother and patient Gary Marshall on Thursday. A hearing will soon be held in the state legislature for an anti-fluoride bill that would require municipalities that fluoridate their water, which includes Lawrence, to notify citizens that fluoride can reduce the IQ of children. Oral health advocates are fighting back.

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