For the past several years, VOYCE has been invested in passing legislation regarding residents' freedom to install video monitors in their rooms. Allowing monitoring devices in resident rooms is beneficial for both the facility and the resident, yet passage of this bill continues to drive controversy. Currently, multiple versions of an Authorized Electronic Monitoring Act (AEMA) are making their way through the Missouri State House of Representatives. Linked below is an overview of HB675, HB719, and HB1176 with details about the similarities and difference of each bill's language.
VOYCE hopes you will join us in advocating for the health and safety of long-term care residents as we call on our legislators to pass HB 719 and HB 1176.
You can still join us to advocate for important policies at the Capitol in Jefferson City on March 13, 2019. Please register here or contact the Program Outcomes and Grassroots Organizer, Brittany Oehler, via phone (314-919-2410) or email (email@example.com).
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