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File #: R-057-20    Version: Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Withdrawn
File created: 4/20/2020 In control: Community Affairs, Health and Education Committee
On agenda: 5/6/2020 Final action:
Title: AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION URGING THE GOVERNOR TO ALLOW CHIROPRACTORS AND PROVIDERS OF OTHER FORMS OF CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT TO OPERATE (AS AMENDED).
Attachments: 1. R-057-20 - Sponsorship Withdrawn.pdf, 2. R-057-20 V.2 FAM 042320 – Allow Chiropractic Services to Resume.pdf, 3. R-057-20 V.1 042320 - Allow Chiropractic Services to Resume.pdf
RESOLUTION NO. _________, SERIES 2020
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AN EMERGENCY RESOLUTION URGING THE GOVERNOR TO ALLOW CHIROPRACTORS AND PROVIDERS OF OTHER FORMS OF CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT TO OPERATE (AS AMENDED).
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SPONSORED BY: SPONSORSHIP WITHDRAWN

WHEREAS, for many people, chiropractors and providers of other forms of conservative treatment are the main pain management method for back and joint pain;
WHEREAS, many people choose chiropractors and providers of other forms of conservative treatment over narcotics for pain relief;
WHEREAS, the Department of Homeland Security ("DHS") has listed chiropractors among essential critical infrastructure workers;
WHEREAS, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ("CDC") have provided acceptable guidelines for chiropractic operations;
WHEREAS, the other forty-nine (49) states are allowing chiropractic help under CDC guidelines; and
WHEREAS, the Chiropractic Associations of Kentucky have submitted their re-start procedures as dictated by the CDC to the Governor's Office; and
WHEREAS, this Resolution requires emergency consideration as authorized by Council Rule 7.01 because chiropractors and providers of other forms of conservative treatment provide essential care and needed services during a healthcare crisis.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT ("THE COUNCIL") AS FOLLOWS:

SECTION I: The Council asks the Governor to allow chiropractic services and other forms of conservative treatment to resume in the state of Kentucky, under acceptable CDC guidelines.
SECTION II: This Resolution shall take effect upon its passage and approval.


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Sonya Harward David James
Metro Council Clerk President of the Council



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Greg Fischer Approval Date
May...

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