Fluoride Action Network

Missouri: Houston City Council fluoride meeting 5:30-6:30 p.m. April 16 at the City Hall

March 6th, 2018
Location: United States, Missouri


The Houston City Council members

—Heard from an Upton man, George Sholtz, who said the government was adding “medicine” to the city’s water supply.  Sholtz opposes the addition of fluoride — which the city says is a chemical and not medicine — to the city’s water supply that was approved unanimously by the council in March 2002 with support from the medical community. Sholtz termed that decision, made without a vote, as socialism.

Based on Sholtz’ call for discussion, the city will hold a public meeting from 5:30-6:30 p.m. April 16 at Houston City Hall. Roughly 72 percent of Americans whose homes are connected to a community water system receive fluoride-adjusted water, including the Texas County communities of Houston and Cabool…

*The full article titled Council hears report on tax collection is online at https://www.houstonherald.com/news/council-hears-report-on-tax-collection/article_d16b2ea0-2161-11e8-9933-7b845bd9d2d9.html