Roger Sherman, center, executive director, takes notes as members of the Idaho Children's Trust Fund discuss how to work with a legislative committee that is reviewing the state's faith-healing laws. Those laws exempt parents from prosecution if they choose not to seek medical attention for their critically ill children basic on their religious beliefs.
Roger Sherman, center, executive director, takes notes as members of the Idaho Children's Trust Fund discuss how to work with a legislative committee that is reviewing the state's faith-healing laws. Those laws exempt parents from prosecution if they choose not to seek medical attention for their critically ill children basic on their religious beliefs. Katherine Jones
Roger Sherman, center, executive director, takes notes as members of the Idaho Children's Trust Fund discuss how to work with a legislative committee that is reviewing the state's faith-healing laws. Those laws exempt parents from prosecution if they choose not to seek medical attention for their critically ill children basic on their religious beliefs. Katherine Jones

Robert Ehlert

February 15, 2017 2:58 PM

Survival of innocent kids must trump Idaho religious freedom exemptions

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