Take a Stand Now Meets with Idaho Senate Leadership to End Mandatory Vaccines at Idaho
Take a Stand Now Meets with Idaho Senate Leadership to End Mandatory Vaccines at Idaho Hospitals and Clinics
(Correction: Note the word “immediately” was removed from the last paragraph.)
(Meridian, Idaho) Leaders of Take a Stand Now (TASN) met with Idaho Senate Pro
Tem Chuck Winder (R-District 20) and Idaho Senator Jeff Agenbroad (R-District 13) this morning seeking assistance in removing the vaccine mandates at St. Al’s, St. Luke’s, and Primary Health.
“We had a productive and open dialogue about the issue at hand and agreed we had to have a firm commitment from both the Idaho Senate and House to reconvene on this specific legislation,” TASN spokesperson, Victoria Stump said.
Stump said both Winder and Agenbroad were actively engaged in conversations with hospital administrators on behalf of their constituents “to find a compromise that will serve their districts, and the healthcare and staffing crisis that already exists with the state of Idaho.”
Senator Winder has agreed to give the hospital leadership another “nudge” and Stump said they will hold the Senate leader and others accountable to their constituents with an ongoing information effort until the issue is resolved.
“The Senators agreed to collaborate with us on a proposal to present to both Houses to reconvene immediately and we encourage the public to continue to engage with their elected members of the Idaho Legislature,” Stump added.
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