Protesters stacked 183 symbolic child-sized coffins on the Idaho Capitol steps on Monday, calling for Idaho to repeal its faith-healing exemption. That law allows parents to deny their children medical care without civil or criminal liability, even if the children die.
Protesters stacked 183 symbolic child-sized coffins on the Idaho Capitol steps on Monday, calling for Idaho to repeal its faith-healing exemption. That law allows parents to deny their children medical care without civil or criminal liability, even if the children die. Betsy Z. Russell The Spokesman-Review
Protesters stacked 183 symbolic child-sized coffins on the Idaho Capitol steps on Monday, calling for Idaho to repeal its faith-healing exemption. That law allows parents to deny their children medical care without civil or criminal liability, even if the children die. Betsy Z. Russell The Spokesman-Review

These small coffins carried a message: ‘One child’s death is too many’

February 19, 2018 05:43 PM