Freedom Legislative Candidate Questionnaire Jerome Kelsh, District 26

  1. What is your plan to address the state’s challenge to provide long term services to our growing aging population? We need to work together to provide in-home care and nursing home care, when necessary to make sure or seniors are treated with the respect and given the care they deserve. 2. How would…
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Freedom Legislative Candidate Questionnaire- Jon Wagar, District 24 House Candidate

1. What is your plan to address the state’s challenge to provide long term services to our growing aging population? 1) People need to be educated as to the suitability of private LTC (Long Term Care) Insurance. As an LTC agent, I meet people regularly who have the need and the means but no understanding…
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Freedom Legislative Candidate Questionnaire-Rick Holman, District 20 House

  1. What is your plan to address the state’s challenge to provide long term services to our growing aging population? Our district has 3 nursing homes and assisted living facilities which provide great access (Arthur and Valley City are also close). Legislation which would allow in-home care to increase would also provide good care…
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Freedom Legislative Candidate Questionnaire

Dwight Kiefert, District 24 1. What is your plan to address the state’s challenge to provide long term services to our growing aging population? Consider establishing more assisted live establishments. 2. How would you reduce the employment barriers and encourage employment opportunities for North Dakotan’s with disabilities? Establish a database of available Internet capable workers…
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Pomeroy- Sand

US House of Representatives North Dakota Congressman Earl Pomeroy In order to strengthen employment opportunities for people with disabilities, I voted for legislative that will restore anti-discrimination provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, reversing several Supreme Court rulings that had eroded these civil rights protections. I also support funding that would go…
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