Commentator criticizes broad wording of New Hampshire bill

Wesley J. Smith has critized the wording of New Hampshire bill HB1653 because it  “obliterates the fiduciary nature of the doctor’s role by allowing medical professionals to abandon patients for virtually any reason.”  He urges that the bill be revised.[Second Hand Smoke]  New Hampshire currently has no protection of conscience legislation.

 

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