Are guns a health care issue?
In 2011, Florida was first in the nation to pass a law prohibiting doctors from asking patients if they owned guns. Doctors who violated this law could have potentially lost their license. But the state law was put on hold when a federal trial court ruled it was unconstitutional. Now an appeals court has said that the law is in fact valid and in line with patient privacy.
Are guns a health care issue? WLRN- Miami Herald News wants your insights. Be a part of this discussion by telling us your thoughts below or leave us a voicemail message at 305-330-9576. You can also email staffer Stefania Ferro at email@example.com.
We will talk about this subject on Friday, August 1, at noon on 91.3 FM during The Florida Roundup.
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