NJ: Senate approves bill that would ban people listed on the registry from medical licensing

[pix11.com – 6/4/21]

TRENTON, N.J. — The New Jersey State Senate unanimously approved a bill Friday that would prohibit the licensing of any health care worker convicted of a sexual offense.

The bill would also reform the state’s chiropractor board after a person listed on the registry and  on lifetime parole in Florida had his license reinstated by that board.

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I wonder what would happen if a qualified person saved a child’s life by administering first aid, but then was identified as a sex offender. Would the parents and community thank them, or criticize them.

This is good news for the city of NJ

Good luck 😎

This is typical. Experts and a board look into the specifics of one person’s situation and determine he is not so dangerous that he shouldn’t be able to practice as a chiropractor. The governor and AG who are both not experts weigh in and now want to make a blanket rule rather than letting each situation be looked at individually. The media weighs in to make it seem like this guy is committing offenses in two states by saying he is also registered in Florida when in fact he’s registered there because they never take you off if you go there not because he committed a crime there. His offenses themselves appear to be internet stings though I can’t find complete details about the circumstances. Now I don’t know enough to have my own opinion about the experts and the boards decision but I trust their opinion way more than the governor or AG who call for blanket bans without an assessment.

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It seems that all politicians do in session is create or enhance crime bills. Very seldom do you here of actions to improve community living conditions or make life better for all. I feel it shows in the complete break down we are having in society. Mass shootings, freeway arguments turning into homicides, people being assaulted be repeat felons while pumping gas. Roads being turned into racetracks because no one cares anymore for safety. Yet each year someone thinks that making life more difficult for registrants is going to make everything alright. Pathetic world we live in these days.

Every time I think of New Jersey, the movie Nothing But Trouble comes to mind. State is run by thugs and hates people on Hit Lists.

The biggest problem with this to me is that , not only will they out people that could very well be the person that would have no issue caring for an FTR , and from what I myself have seen are doctors/staff that check patient back ground , yep they act like your deaf and say things F’ed up about FTR”s and have a giant attitude , had to find another doctor twice in the same year , scumbag doctors and staff giving you the run around when trying to make appointments a “danger” to FTR’s , so regular doctors/staff don’t have angel wings and their crap stinks just like everyone elses , nothing like that feeling when you know they know your FTR and you showed up at 10AM and your the last one still waiting at 5PM , or the doctor dictating what your care is going to be ,rather than working out the plan together . right now my doctor is awesome and some of the staff , but some are haters, I just wanted to run that down ,maybe it can help in someway if your doctor/staff start acting lame or like you have coodies