2020 Idaho Elder Exploitation Protection Legislation Did Not Pass Senate.
Tragic Loss of Idaho Senate Undue Influence, Elder Exploitation Bill 404 That Would Have Saved Lives, Families and Limited Professional Referral Network Cronyism In North Idaho’s Geriatric Service Provider Community.
Why Did Idaho Senate Bill 404 on Elder Exploitation & Adding New Title 18 Law Not Succeed? https://legislature.idaho.gov/wp-content/uploads/sessioninfo/2020/legislation/H0404.pdf
House Bill 404 was a very important piece of legislation and well written because it would have helped mitigate undue influence related exploitation that is really happening to multiple disabled, elderly women in North Idaho. The Legislation would also mitigate the dangers presented by the legal community, probate court (guardianship-conservatorship crises), primary care physicians and patient advocates within healthcare facilities coordination and concealment of shocking elder abuse, exploitation and negligence related matters that are gravely affecting physically and cognitively disabled elderly women.
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