ORONO, Maine — Orono residents will decide in June whether to stop fluoridating their public water supply — which could end a nearly 60-year practice. Fluoride is a mineral naturally found in water, soil and even in some foods and beverages. People can be exposed to it on a daily basis, most commonly through some toothpastes and mouthwashes.

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