Oregon Governor Kate Brown introduced a new bill that will allow in-home inspections and ‘guidance’ of the families of newborn babies. It is another costly Big Brother initiative to butt into the lives of every family with a newborn in Oregon.
Brown introduced Senate Bill 526 to the Oregon Legislative Assembly as part of her budget package. The budget allows Oregon Health Authority personnel to look into or “study home visiting by licensed health care providers.”
IT’S AN EMERGENCY FOR PUBLIC SAFETY
They describe it as an “emergency” to preserve “the public peace, health, and safety.”
“This 2019 Act being necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety, an emergency is declared to exist, and this 2019 Act takes effect on its passage,” according to the bill.
It’s an emergency, suggesting it will be required, with no opt-out, and who knows where the buttinskys could eventually take this.
The study must be completed by December 2019. The Governor and 18 others sponsoring the bill want it to result in universal home visits for all newborns, including adoptions[…]
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