SB4- 2nd house committee
SB4 will be heard on Tuesday April 11th in committee. There will not be any testimony. The committee will be amending and voting on the bill.
Your calls are imperative.
The previous committee claims that this bill protects county autonomy, however there are still many risks with this bill.
“SB4 was built with the intent to coerce public health centralization. Tax dollars will be haphazardly spent, without a plan to ensure a wise investment. The Public Health Overhaul is controversial & must go to summer study session. Vote No.“
Cherry & Thompson 317-232-9651
Barrett, Snow & Slager 317-234-2993
Smaltz & Prescott 317-234-9499
Clere (317) 232-9769
The committee is pretty big, if you wish to make additional calls please follow up below.
You may also choose to email the committee.
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Are you curious as to why the bill is so problematic? Review the videos from the public health commission meeting that took place on June 30th.
Here is the short list of issues, below we will go line by line.
See the line by line review here.
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Ashley Grogg RN-MSN sharing insights, tips, and updates on Medical Liberty throughout the Hoosier state.