Rep. Tom Campbell has announced
that he will hold a Town Hall Meeting in Yelm
Saturday, March 24
11:00am until 1:00pm
Yelm City Hall
105 Yelm Ave W
Further, “Washington State is getting closer to becoming the 16th state to require hospitals to report hospital-acquired infections. The House today [March 8] approved by 86-10 House Bill 1106 to require such reporting. Sponsor of the bill, Rep. Tom Campbell (R-Roy) said such a law is “long overdue.”
Campbell’s bill now goes to the Senate for consideration, where he says he’s hopeful it will pass this year. Campbell has introduced similar legislation for the past two years. Last year it passed the House with a strong bi-partisan vote, but the Senate turned action into a study, Campbell said,” quoting Rep. Campbell’s Press Release.
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This law is a lot more important that people realize. My partner, Tony, got a MRSA infection when he was in the hospital almost 5 years ago, and it took him 3 years to totally be rid of it. At one point, there was danger that he would have to have part of his leg amputated. Please support this bill, friends.
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