In the United States, the toilet is one of the nation’s most important social institutions.
As the nation goes to war with a rising tide of obesity, the American toilet is at risk of becoming a toilet paper recycling machine.
But what to do with that discarded toilet paper?
In this week’s issue of The Hill, The Washington Post’s Michael Grunwald digs into the history of the toilet and what you need to know about its future.
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