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  • Idaho lawmakers begin research into faith-healing exemption

    A state legislative committee heard testimony this week on Idaho's faith healing exemption in cases of child neglect. Those testifying included Linda Martin, who wants to see the exemption removed, and Dan Sevy, a member of the church that practices faith healing as a treatment for the sick.

A state legislative committee heard testimony this week on Idaho's faith healing exemption in cases of child neglect. Those testifying included Linda Martin, who wants to see the exemption removed, and Dan Sevy, a member of the church that practices faith healing as a treatment for the sick. bdentzer@idahostatesman.com
A state legislative committee heard testimony this week on Idaho's faith healing exemption in cases of child neglect. Those testifying included Linda Martin, who wants to see the exemption removed, and Dan Sevy, a member of the church that practices faith healing as a treatment for the sick. bdentzer@idahostatesman.com

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