Comment Policy


The Texas Oral Health Coalition is anxious to receive your feedback and comments on our articles. Whether we’re interacting on the blog or in Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or any other social network, we build and protect our communities as great places to engage in great conversation, and discover information.  We intend to be courteous and professional in our postings and ask that you do the same.We maintain specific positions on health policy, but we will not remove comments shared by those who have different viewpoints if they are presented in a civilized manner. We would rather you post about it and engage us in a discussion.Comments posted to our blog will go through a moderation process, but should be posted within a reasonable amount of time provided they don’t contain content that:

  • is abusive
  • uses offensive language
  • is off-topic
  • is obviously spam

All comments made on the Texas Oral Health Coalition blog are the responsibility of the commenter, not the blog owner, administrator, contributor, editor or author. By submitting a comment on our blog, you agree that the comment content is your own, and to hold our organization, the Texas Oral Health Coalition, and all subsidiaries and representatives harmless from any and all repercussions, damages or liability.

If you have questions about our comment policy, please contact us.