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70 isn’t elderly; Tide Pod law is overreach

70 isn’t elderly; Tide Pod law is overreach

What parent would leave them in front of children?
70 isn’t elderly; Tide Pod law is overreach
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Why is it necessary to refer to a 70-year-old woman as “elderly?” Many, many 70-year-old (and older) individuals are active and are very productive. I don’t understand why it’s necessary to further define this woman when you’ve already published her age.

Also, what parent would leave the dangerous pods where a child could access them? Another new law? One that takes simple responsibility away from a parent or caregiver who doesn’t use common sense.

Virginia Graney
Glenville

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