On January 30, John Cooper, CAPPS policy director, testified before House of Representatives Law and Justice Committee, at the invitation of the chair, Representative Klint Kesto (R – District 39).

Cooper provided testimony in support of HB 5450, 5451, and 5452, which would eliminate overbroad restrictions on the talent pool available to health care providers, and promote employment of individuals with criminal records.

Read John Cooper’s full written testimony on the House Law and Justice Committee website HERE.

Download>> Our HB 5450, 5451, 5452 written testimony