Besides, it's also free to get your photo or income verified to avoid scammers.In a word, the site has helped many sugar daddies and sugar babies find satisfying and beneficial relationships.Opponents of this bill feel it is unnecessary and will have negative consequences.AARP South Dakota feels this bill may impact nursing home residents’ quality of care and the communities they live in.Unfortunately, the weather prevented us from flooding the capitol with a sea of AARP red this week during our annual Lobby Day.However, an enthusiastic group of Pierre area volunteers did a wonderful job representing the more than 180 advocates who were snowed in across the state.The problem is not bed capacity at our long term care facilities; the problem is workforce shortage.Many facilities struggle to find workers and offer a competitive wage and HB 1003 does not address this issue.
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HB 1003 passed out of the House Health and Human Services Committee on an 8-5 vote and will likely be up for House floor consideration on Tuesday, January 31.
The AARP Action of the Week is: Thank your Senators for voting to support SB 61 (updating the Nurse Practice Act) and tell your members of the House to oppose HB 1003 (allowing nursing facilities to transfer or sell nursing bed capacity).
This is also important as the population of South Dakota continues to age: 16% of our population is over 65 and 13% is age 55-64.
As the population grows older, our state’s need for primary care options and care coordination will continue to increase.
With AARP South Dakota’s support, SB 61 passed out of Senate Health and Human Services (unanimously) and on the Senate floor (unanimously) and now moves on to the House of Representatives for consideration.