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AGO Opinions with Topic: MAY CITY COUNCIL SUBMIT TO VOTERS QUESTION OF WHETHER WATER SUPPLY SHOULD BE TREATED WITH FLUORINE, AND IF SO, IS RESULT BINDING ON CITY COUNCIL?
AGO 1952 No. 327 >  June 17, 1952
THIRD CLASS CITIES - MAY CITY COUNCIL SUBMIT TO VOTERS QUESTION OF WHETHER WATER SUPPLY SHOULD BE TREATED WITH FLUORINE, AND IF SO, IS RESULT BINDING ON CITY COUNCIL?
THIRD CLASS CITIES ‑- MAY CITY COUNCIL SUBMIT TO VOTERS QUESTION OF WHETHER WATER SUPPLY SHOULD BE TREATED WITH FLUORINE, AND IF SO, IS RESULT BINDING ON CITY COUNCIL? The city council of third class city may submit to the voters the question of whether the water supply may be treated with fluorine, but, the resulting answer of the people is to be deemed as merely advisory and not binding on the city council or the mayor.
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