Meeting set to discuss state health care directives

Save Secular Healthcare WA will host a meeting tonight regarding religious directives and their impacts on the state.

The meeting, hosted by Indivisible Port Townsend, will take place at 5 p.m. via Zoom at www.us02web.zoom.us/j/83845099993. A call-in option is available by phoning 253-215-8782.

Pending legislation could have an impact on ways people can advocate for themselves or their loved ones, Save Secular Healthcare in WA stated in a news release.

The organization said half of the state’s hospital beds are controlled by religious systems, including St. Michael in Silverdale. It highlights personal choices from reproductive care through end-of-life options and questions both ethical and religious directives in the state’s health care system.

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