Lost history: How 4 Ohio kids ended pay toilets in US
The next time you step into a public restroom, say a quiet thank you to Dayton natives Michael and Ira Gessel, Steve Froikin and Natalie Precker. The high school students founded the Committee to End Pay Toilets in America in late 1968 and launched what would be a tenacious, cheeky national campaign to get rid of the hated pay toilets.
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#1 May 20, 2018
If you own the toilet you have the right to charge to use it.
Unconstitutional laws forcing you to provide free services should be ignored
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