Budget cuts have led to an interesting situation at a Florida school.

While most schools are considering not ordering new textbooks, one school is faced with not providing students with toilet paper.

After looking at the cut backs, the principal of Orange County Middle School realized there wasn't enough money to pay for any paper products, that includes paper towels and toilet paper.

Since the news got out, surrounding schools have come together to provide the much needed supplies and local churches are now stepping in with much needed donations.

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  • by Mark Location: Enterprise, AL on Mar 7, 2009 at 08:17 PM
    TV report said using recycled or "not so soft" toilet paper would reduce landfill space requirements... How does Toilet Paper (getting flushed into the SEWER system) end up taking up ANY landfill space??? It bio-degrades at nearly same speed as the bodily waste that goes through the sewer system.
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