State Rep. Mat Erpelding, D-Boise, spoke Thursday at a lectern outside City Hall West in Boise about his intent to amend Idaho’s Workers’ Compensation fund in 2019 to allow first responders to seek treatment for psychological problems that they sustain in the line of duty. Paul Jagosh, legislative chairman for the Idaho Fraternal Order of Police (far left) and Boise Police Chief Dennis Doan (center) also spoke about the need to amend the law.
State Rep. Mat Erpelding, D-Boise, spoke Thursday at a lectern outside City Hall West in Boise about his intent to amend Idaho’s Workers’ Compensation fund in 2019 to allow first responders to seek treatment for psychological problems that they sustain in the line of duty. Paul Jagosh, legislative chairman for the Idaho Fraternal Order of Police (far left) and Boise Police Chief Dennis Doan (center) also spoke about the need to amend the law. Ruth Brown rbrown@idahostatesman.com
State Rep. Mat Erpelding, D-Boise, spoke Thursday at a lectern outside City Hall West in Boise about his intent to amend Idaho’s Workers’ Compensation fund in 2019 to allow first responders to seek treatment for psychological problems that they sustain in the line of duty. Paul Jagosh, legislative chairman for the Idaho Fraternal Order of Police (far left) and Boise Police Chief Dennis Doan (center) also spoke about the need to amend the law. Ruth Brown rbrown@idahostatesman.com