Future of IHS must be made a priority

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I was having a health issue a few months back and I had an appointment at Native Women’s Health on Good Friday. When I pulled up, in pain, I thought to myself, this place looks closed, but I’m sure if they were closed they would not have scheduled appointments. So I checked the door; it was locked. I was so upset as I left, I drove past two other clinics on the way out and I thought to myself again, I wish I could afford good health care so I could just go in and get taken care of. Then I thought, imagine how our people feel and if I ever have the opportunity to change it, I will make it a priority. As a lawyer, we don’t set agendas, we don’t make decisions, we work for our client. The only way to use my lawyer skills supplemented with decision making power is to run for Council.


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